Gouda Pottery vase model 222, with 4 arms and P-decor, 9 inch high
This vase is 23 cm high and has a beautiful design with 4 arms, a round narrow neck and a wide square base. The object was made by the Zuid Holland pottery factory from Gouda in the period 1901 and 1904 and painted in the so-called P decor by Johannes de Vries.
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This vase is 23 cm or 9 inches high and has a beautiful design with 4 arms, a round narrow neck and a wide square base. This is model 222, made by the Zuid-Holland pottery factory from Gouda in The Netherlands, in the period 1901 and 1904. The object is painted in the so-called P decor, which refers to ‘Porcelein’ and was marketed by the Gouda pottery factory to compete with the very expensive eggshell porcelain from Rozenburg. This decor is also called ‘kantjes decor’, because of the motifs with waves, dots and lines. This vase is well signed and painted by Johannes de Vries. The object is painted in decor PB021. The vase unfortunately has a small chip under the foot at one of the corners. You can also see from the front (albeit with some difficulty) that there is this damage. However, this chip can be easily restored. There is a flea bite on the inside of the neck. Furthermore, the vase is in good condition and has a beautiful color scheme with green, blue, yellow, brown and purple tones.