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A Dutch Delft blue and white seven-tier pyramidal tulipiere. 19th Century, spuriously marked LPK for the Lampetkan factory

Of quadrangular section, each waisted side painted with birds and flowers, divided on six tiers at the corners with upright spouts shaped as open lion mouths, the tapering pinacle at the top terminating in a bulb, the lower two segments supported each on four crouching lions, some restoration. 98.3 cm. high. Estimate €2,000 - €4,000 - Price Realized €13,750

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A Dutch Delft blue and white holy water stoup, wijwaterbakje. Circa 1720, marked CK 2 2 probably for Cornelis van der Kloot, owner of De Dissel factory from 1671-1697

For the Roman Catholic market, the shaped back moulded in relief with the figure of Christ on the Cross flanked by Mary and St. John the Baptist below an aperture pierced between IHS and the dove of the Holy Spirit, all on a ground of foliage, the demi lune container moulded with the 'Baptism of Christ and a pair of angels, some restorations. 39 cm. high. Estimate €7,000 - €9,000 - Price Realized €7,500

Literature: D.& R. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2003, p.14, nr.13

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A set of twelve Dutch Delft 'calendar' plates. 19th Century, spuriously marked with an axe for De Porceleyne Bijl

The foliate-shaped plates identified each with the month on an oval cartouche, reserved on a figure scene in a landscape appropriate to the respective month, one restored, some losses to the glaze at the rims. 24.5 cm. diam. (12). Estimate €1,500 - €2,000 - Price Realized €5,000

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A pair of Dutch Delft blue and white tobacco jars and brass covers. Circa 1780

The oviform body painted with a shaped cartouche, one marked 'No. 8 Rappe de Roosa, the other 'No. 16, Rappe de Stomer', flanked by calumet-smoking Indians among bails of merchandise and between stylised foliage centred at the top by rocaille, some rim chips and glaze frits. 29 cm. high (2) Estimate €2,000 - €3,000 - Price Realized €3,750

A Dutch Delft blue and white tobacco jar and Delft cover. Circa 1810, marked BP for De Blompot

The baluster body painted with the figure of Mercury between bails of tobacco and boses of cigars, inscribed below 'De Mecurios' and 'No. 4@ within a cartouche, glaze frits to the edges. 37 cm. high. Estimate €1,000-1,500 - Unsold.

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A pair of Dutch Delft 'petit feu' polychrome and gilt models of cows. Circa 1750

Standing in mirror image with heads inclined slightly inwards on a green-glazed chamfered rectangular base with marbleized sides and moulded with shells and frogs, splashed with manganese red patches and enriched in petit feu technique and gilt with flower-heads and garlands, some restorations. 16.5 cm. high (2) Estimate €3,000 - €5,000 - Price Realized €3,750

Literature: D.& A. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, The Dr.G. Grethe Collection, Amsterdam, 2004, p. 144, nr.166

A pair of Dutch Delft polychrome models of standing cows. Circa 1750-1770

Naturalistically modelled in mirror image, standing with one leg forwards and looking sideways, dashed in blue and enriched with elaborate floral garlands, all on a moulded green chamfered rectangular plinth, some restorations. 14.5 cm. high (2) Estimate €2,000 - €3,000 - Price Realized €3,750

Literature: D.& R. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2003, p.82, nr.61

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A Dutch Delft blue and white five-piece garniture. Second half 18th Century, marked in blue for De Porceleyne Claeuw above 150

Comprising three baluster jars and covers and two beakers vases, of flattened octagonal shape, painted with a Chinoiserie figure framed by a moulded scroll panel issuing flower stems, the domed cover with bird finial, some damage and restorations. the jars 29.4 cm. high, the beakers 19.8 cm. high (5) Estimate €1,000 - €1,500 - Price Realized €3,250

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A pair of Dutch Delft polychrome models of lions. Circa 1740

The naturalistically modelled lions reclining on a green-glazed grassy mound, in mirror image with heads inclined slightly inwards, the fur enhanced in underglaze-blue over white, one with restorations and minor loss to the glaze. 10 cm. wide (2). Estimate €2,000 - €3,000 - Price Realized €3,000

A Dutch Delft polychrome butter tub and cover. Circa 1780

Modelled naturalistically as a recumbent sheep in manganese red, on an oval base moulded in relief with foliage on a midnight blue ground, restored. 11.5 cm. wide. Estimate €1,500 - €2,000 - Price Realized €3,000

Literature: Robert D. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, including selections from the Collection of Dr.F.H. Fentener van Vlissingen, Amsterdam, 2008, p.110, nr.81

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An assorted lot of mainly Delftware. Late 17th-19th Century

Comprising a Dutch Delft blue- and manganese-red double gourd Chinoiserie vase, 32 cm. high; a blue and white Chinoiserie ewer, 24.5 cm. high; a blue and white baluster jar, cover missing, 22 cm. high; a blue and white ribbed octagonal jar and cover, 45.7 cm. high; a blue and white fan-shaped dish, 25.3 cm. wide; a polychrome Chinoiserie jar and cover, 27.8 cm. high; an Italian polychrome plate, 23 cm. diam.; an English 'Prince of Orange' plate, and a cup and saucer, the plate, 24 cm. diam.; and a brown-glazed tripod bowl,16 cm. diam. damages and restorations (11) €2,000 - €3,000 - Price Realized €2,500

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A Dutch Delft blue and white five-piece garniture. Second half 18th Century, marked in blue JvdH, possibly for Jan van der Hagen

Of flattened octagonal baluster shape, each decorated to the front with a C-scroll panel in relief depicting a river landscape with houses on the banks, the domed cover with scroll finial, some restoration and loss to glaze. the jars 32.2 cm. high, the beakers 21.5 cm. high (5) Estimate €1,500 - €2,000 - Price Realized €2,000

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A Dutch Delft polychrome five-piece garniture. 19th Century, spuriously marked in blue for De Porceleyne Claeuw above 150

Comprising three baluster jars and covers and two beaker vases, of flattened hexagonal form, painted to the framed frontal panel with a farmer working the land, the domed cover surmounted by a parrot picking a berry, some restorations and chips. the jars 33.2 cm. high, the beakers 22.6 cm. high (5) Estimate €1,500 - €2,000 - Price Realized €1,750

Christie's. The Decorative Arts Sale including the J.V.N. Van Achterbergh Collection and Fine Paintings 30 June - 1 July 2009. Amsterdam www.christie's.com