This vase was made by the Weduwe N.S.A. Brantjes & Co pottery factory from Purmerend in The Netherlands. Presumably in the year 1898. The vase has a very special appearance with two ears that come together in a sharp point from the belly all the way to above the neck. This is model 1058 from the Brantjes pottery factory from Purmerend. The vase has a beautiful decor with white poppy flowers, buds and leaves on a yellow background. This background is largely made up of lines and dashes. The vase is 26 cm or 10.2 inches high (at the points) and 21 cm or 8.3 inches wide. The vase is well signed with the words: Faiance de Purmerende, Hollande. You also see the clog and the abbreviation NB (Nicolaas Brantjes). There is a C, probably the year letter for 1898 and a reference to the model number 1058 and Dec: B, the reference to the decor. There is also a signature on the bottom of the vase: TH, but it is not known to which pottery painter it belongs. The vase has undergone a professional restoration on both points, which were broken (as with so many of these types of models). Fortunately, nothing of that can be seen anymore. Neck and foot are completely intact.
This vase is not for sale and belongs to my private collection.