Gouda Pottery Vase, Model 19 with a Decoration of Violets from 1900-1907
Gouda pottery, small vase, model 19 of 16.4 cm high. Made by plateel bakery Zuid-Holland in the period 1900-1907.
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This vase is 16.4 cm or 6.4 inches high and 8 cm or 3.1 inches wide. It is model 19, made by the Dutch pottery factory Zuid-Holland from Gouda in the period between the year 1900 and 1907. Model 19 has a broad egg-shaped belly, ending in a narrow, round bowl-shaped neck. On either side of the sides are two slender rectangular arms. This vase is beautifully decorated with elegant patterns, which are so typical of the Art Nouveau or Jugendstil period. At the top of the vase, two pansies are painted on either side in blue, red and purple colours. The vase is as lovely as it is flawless. There is no sign of damage, what so ever. The factory logo and the words: Made in South Holland are painted on the bottom. A monogram of the painter is missing, but on the basis of handwriting analysis it can be assumed that the vase was painted by Lambertus Kwinkelenberg.