Purmerend Weduwe NSA Brantjes Little Yellow Vase 5,3 inch High from 1898-1899
This vase is made in 1898-1899 by the Dutch Pottery Factory Fayance de Purmerend, Weduwe NSA Brantjes. It is 5,3 inch high and has a floral decor of lotus flowers.
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This vase was made by the Dutch pottery factory Weduwe N.S.A Brantjes en Co from Purmerend in the Netherlands. Dutch Purmerend Pottery is very rare and very sought after on the market. The vase has model 506 and is 13.5 cm or 5.3 inches high. It is hand painted in a floral decor with lotus flowers in a beautiful colour combination with green, yellow, grey, turquoise and brown tones. The Art Nouveau pottery vase is signed with the name of the factory: Fayance de Purmerend Holland, the factory logo (the clog with the letters NB), the model number: 506, the decor number: C, and the monogram of the painter: DDV ( or DOV, or DVV). This monogram probably refers to Douwe van der Veen, a pottery painter who worked at the factory between 1898 and 1899. It is therefore an early copy of Brantjes Purmerend Pottery. The vase has undergone a professional restoration at the neck, where a shard was missing. This is very hard to see with the naked eye. There is also a small firing flaw just above the foot.