Rozenburg ewer, Model 393 of 29 cm high from 1897, painted by Johannes Hartgring


Antique ewer from the Rozenburg pottery factory in The Hague. The object is 19.5 cm high and has a decor of irises and swan flowers, painted by Johannes Hartgring in 1897.

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This ewer was made by the Dutch pottery factory Rozenburg from The Hague. The object is 29,5 cm or 11.6 inches high and 14 cm or 5.5 inches wide. It’s model 393. The ewer has a square foot, a square belly and a short ear and short beak. All four sides of the belly are painted with a floral decor of yellow irises and purple swan flowers, typical native plants that you can see along a Dutch waterfront. The decor was painted by Johannes Hartgring in 1897. At the bottom of the ewer you can see the logo of Den Haag pottery factory: the symbol of the stork and the words: Rozenburg Den Haag. You also see a circle with a K#, the year symbol for 1897. And the symbol of a heart, with an arrow: the signature of artist Johannes Hartgring. The ewer has had a professional restoration at the foot: one of the points had some damage. There is nothing left to see of that now.

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