Large Gouda Pottery Hexagonal design 16 inch, with P-decor of popies, made in 1901-1902
A large and impressive Gouda Pottery Vase of 16 inch high with a hexagonal design and a P-decor of white poppies, made between 1901 and 1902.
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This beautiful vase of Gouda pottery has a hexagonal design and is painted with a P-decor of white poppies. This vase has an impressive size. The object is 16 inch or 41 cm high and 6,7 inch or 17 cm wide. The vase was made by the Dutch pottery factory Zuid-Holland from Gouda in the period between 1901 and 1902. The object is signed on the bottom with the words Made in Zuid-Holland, the factory logo with the Lazarus gate and the letter W. The W is the monogram of the pottery painter Willem Wolbers van Doornen who worked at the Gouda pottery factory between 1899 and 1902. The vase is in good condition. It has undergone some minor glaze restorations (see photo) and there is also a hairline crack in the neck, which fortunately is not visible from the front. A similar vase is owned by the Princessenhof Ceramics Museum in Leeuwarden.