Gouda pottery vase, model 90, with NP decor with purple flowers
Gouda pottery vase, model 90, made in between 1908 and 1914 and painted with a Np decor of purple flowers.
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This vase was made by the Zuid-Holland pottery factory from Gouda in The Netherland, in the period between 1909 and 1917. The vase was probably painted by Agata Boot, who worked at the Gouda pottery factory between 1908 and 1919. The vase is a well-known model, number 90, and is 23.3 cm or 9.2 inches high. Model 90 is a design that tapers to a short, wide neck. The vase is painted with a so-called NP decor (new porcelain) with purple flowers, green tendrils and leaves on a background of coloured areas in orange, lilac and light green. This is a so-called ‘kantjes decor’ in a great colour combination. The vase has a different decor on all sides, with the back being the least decorated. The vase is well signed with the name of the factory, the model number and Boot’s signature. The vase is in mint condition.