Gouda Pottery Vase Model 5010 of 13 inch High with P-Decor 245 by Frederika Delchambre
Gouda Pottery Vase Model 5010 with a hexagonal design of 13 inch in Height with P-Decor 245, painted by Frederika Delchambre.
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This beautiful vase by the Dutch pottery factory Zuid-Holland from Gouda was made in the period 1908-1911. The vase is 32.9 cm or 12.9 inches high and 11 cm or 4.3 inches wide. This antique ceramic vase is model 5010, a model with a round foot and a hexagonal belly, which ends in a round, very narrow neck. The vase has two slender arms. This vase is painted with decor 245, a P-decor with green leaves, purple flowers and dark red chalices. The ‘P’ is a reference to ‘Porcelain’. P-decors are also called ‘Kantjes decor’ (little lace) and were marketed by the Zuid-Holland factory from 1902 to compete with the then very popular and expensive eggshell porcelain of the Rozenburg factory in The Hague. This vase was painted by Frederika Delchambre. This is clearly visible in her monogram at the bottom of the vase. There you will also see the factory logo, in the form of the Lazarus gate and the factory name: Zuid-Holland Gouda. You also see the reference to the model: 5010 and the decor: 245. The vase has six small chips on the foot (which can be well restored). The ears and neck are completely intact. Furthermore, the vase has a beautiful pattern of craquelure.