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65/4579 Anonymous  20th cent65/4579 Anonymous 20th cent
65/4579 Anonymous (20th cent.). (Abstract composition). Sculpture, aluminium, consisting of 4 assembled pieces, totally measuring 25x37x20 cm., on perspex ground.
€ (200-300) 200
65/4580 Anonymous  20th cent65/4580 Anonymous 20th cent
65/4580 Anonymous (20th cent.). (Sculpture of a young girl with a hat and a linen bag). Bronze, 29,5x7x7 cm.
€ (50-70) 50
65/4581 Anonymous  20th cent65/4581 Anonymous 20th cent
65/4581 Anonymous (20th cent.). Set of 2 ceramic curved objects, 46x30x0,5 and 43,5x29x0,5 cm., each w. "Mi 79 HV B13[?]" in blue pen.
€ (100-150)
65 4582 Gelria Plateelfabriek Arnhem65 4582 Gelria Plateelfabriek Arnhem
65 4582 Gelria Plateelfabriek Arnhem65 4582 Gelria Plateelfabriek Arnhem
65/4582 Gelria, Plateelfabriek, Arnhem Vase with polychrome floral decoration, matte glaze pottery, ±1925, hand-painted in yellow, ochre, shades of blue/ purple and white on black ground, height 19 cm., max. Ø ±11,5 cm. (mouth), bottom w. painted "NR 86", "NATRIUS", "GELRIA" and "ARNHEM HOLLAND".
€ (50-70)
65/4583 Berkulin  A A J   b 193965/4583 Berkulin A A J b 1939
65/4583 Berkulin, A.A.J. (b.1939). (Fish). Sculpture, steel, 15,5x23,5x4 cm., inscribed "AB" and "94 2-3".
€ (150-250) 150
65/4584 Caro  A   1924 201365/4584 Caro A 1924 2013
65/4584 Caro, A. (1924-2013). (Table piece). Sculpture, steel assemblage, ±1974, ±35x25x8 cm.

- Some pieces loose; ruststains. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLVIII. Probably a study.

€ (800-1.000) 800
65/4585 Copier  A D   1901 199165/4585 Copier A D 1901 1991
65/4585 Copier, A.D. (1901-1991). Unica vase, thick turquoise glass w. green and white dec. in mouth and short neck, sl. running into body, height ±32,5 cm., max. Ø ±16 cm., bottom w. inscribed "LEERDAM UNICA X1415 ADCopier".

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLIX.

€ (300-500) 300
65 4586 Cosijn L  b 193165 4586 Cosijn L b 1931
65 4586 Cosijn L  b 193165 4586 Cosijn L b 1931
65/4586 Cosijn, L. (b.1931). Bombardement op een school in Qiryat Shemona, in Noord-Israël bij de Golan hoogte. Sculpture, earthenware, 32x32x32 cm.
€ (100-150) 160
65/4587 De Distel65/4587 De Distel
65/4587 De Distel65/4587 De Distel
65/4587 De Distel. Cache-pot with ornamental decoration in grey and ochre on ivory ground, matte glaze pottery, model 90 des. by B. NIENHUIS, height ±10 cm., Ø ±13 cm., bottom w. stamp w. crowned "DISTEL" and painted "M90", "D" and an "X" mark.

- Orange-peel glazing flaws and sl. craquelé.

AND a small ewer or pitcher vase with similar ornamental decoration on ivory ground, matte glaze pottery, model 475, ±1915-1920, height ±20,5 cm., Ø ±11 cm., bottom w. stamp "DISTEL AMSTERDAM HOLLAND" and painted "475" and entwined monogram "VM" (or "MV").

€ (100-150) 130
65 4588 De Distel65 4588 De Distel
65 4588 De Distel65 4588 De Distel
65 4588 De Distel65 4588 De Distel
65/4588 De Distel. Candlesticks, 2 large and richly moulded candlesticks for 4 candles each, with ident. but mirrored polychrome floral and vegetal decoration, high glaze pottery, model 184/ 185, height 36/ 37 cm., hand-painted in shades of mainly green, brown and purple, inside w. resp. painted "LV" and "M184"/ "M185", "DISTEL" and decorator's mark "Δ VN" (W.H. VAN NORDEN).

- Both trifle craquelé and w. a few small scattered glazing flaws (bare spots).

= W.H. van Norden worked for Distel from 1898 to 1915 and from 1921 to 1923. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLIX.

€ (300-500) 350
65/4589 De Distel65/4589 De Distel
65/4589 De Distel65/4589 De Distel
65/4589 De Distel. Candlesticks, two belly-vase shaped candlesticks with black geometrical decoration on cream ground, high glaze pottery, model 12, height ±22/ 22,5 cm., Ø ±11/ 11,5 cm., bottom w. stamp "DISTEL AMSTERDAM HOLLAND", painted decorator's mark of T.W. NIEUWENHUIS and inscribed "12".

= T.W. Nieuwenhuis worked as a freelancer for Distel between 1915 and 1923.

€ (70-90) 120
65/4590 De Distel65/4590 De Distel
65/4590 De Distel65/4590 De Distel
65/4590 De Distel65/4590 De Distel
65/4590 De Distel65/4590 De Distel
65/4590 De Distel. Clock, mantle clock with polychrome floral and vegetal decoration, high glaze pottery, model 80/ dec. 6, hand-painted in shades of green, yellow and purple, 24(h.)x23(w.)x14,5(d.) cm., inside w. painted "DISTEL", "Mod. 80/6" and unidentified decorator's monogram "JvZ"(?).

- Trifle chipped along extremities (mainly at base); condition of (later) clockwork not checked.

€ (300-500) 325
65 4591 De Distel65 4591 De Distel
65 4591 De Distel65 4591 De Distel
65/4591 De Distel. Ewer or pitcher vase with abstract decoration in green and shades of purple and blue, high glaze pottery, model 69 (des. C. DE BRUIN) and décor 6, 1899, height 27 cm., Ø ±14 cm., bottom w. painted "Distel", "No 69/6", "9/8 '99" and unidentified decorator's monogram "A.W.K."

- Small chip from edge of foot. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.

€ (200-300)
65/4592 De Distel65/4592 De Distel
65/4592 De Distel65/4592 De Distel
65/4592 De Distel. Jardinière or cache pot with geometrical decoration, high glaze pottery, model 47, hand-painted in black and green, ±9(h.)x18(w.)x16(d.) cm., bottom w. vague part of stamp "DISTEL AMSTERDAM HOLLAND", painted decorator's monogram "FK"(?) (F.J. KLOEK?), and inscribed "47" and "1"(?).

- Sl. craquelé, on the bottom a very thin deeper crack. = François Kloek worked for Distel in 1904.

€ (100-150) 120
65 4593 De Distel65 4593 De Distel
65 4593 De Distel65 4593 De Distel
65/4593 De Distel. Jardinière with geometrical decoration in greyish green and brown on ivory ground, matte glaze pottery, model 123, des. attrib. to B. NIENHUIS, hand-painted in black and green, ±7,5(h.)x33,5(w.)x14,5(d.) cm., bottom w. stamp "DISTEL AMSTERDAM HOLLAND" and painted "123" and "S" (or "5"?).

- Small area (±2 cm. square) of glazing lacking at one end and a smaller area at the other end below the handle, either due to a flaw in the production process or worn off; small chip from upper edge; inside w. browned craquelure, outside sl. craquelé.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLIX.

€ (200-300) 325
65/4594 De Distel65/4594 De Distel
65/4594 De Distel65/4594 De Distel
65/4594 De Distel. A pitcher, two cups and a plate, w. matching geometrical decoration in black and yellow on brown (terracotta) ground, matte glaze pottery, resp. model 315, 241 and 217, all décor D(?), height 22,5 (pitcher)/ 11 (cups) cm., Ø of plate 22,7 cm., all but one cup bottom w. stamp "DISTEL AMSTERDAM HOLLAND" and painted model/ décor(?) number/ letter and decorator's monogram of T.W. NIEUWENHUIS.

- One of the cups a sl. darker brown glaze than the other items.

= T.W. Nieuwenhuis worked as a freelancer for Distel between 1915 and 1923.

€ (100-150) 100
65/4595 De Distel65/4595 De Distel
65/4595 De Distel65/4595 De Distel
65/4595 De Distel. Plate, ornamental plate with polychrome abstracted pictorial decoration showing two swans and three swallows, high glaze pottery, hand-painted in shades of green, brown, purple and yellow, Ø 25,5 cm., bottom w. painted "Distel" and decorator's monogram "GB"(?) (G. BAAS?), blindst. "J[?]W 479 8".

- Scattered small glazing flaws (unglazed spots) and 2 sm. protruding pieces of clay under the glaze in the swan's wing; sl. craquelé; back side w. two yellowed traces/ remnants of tickets.

= G. Baas worked for Distel before 1921.

€ (80-100) 130
65/4596 De Distel65/4596 De Distel
65/4596 De Distel65/4596 De Distel
65/4596 De Distel65/4596 De Distel
65/4596 De Distel. Pot with polychrome abstracted floral decoration, high glaze pottery, model ?, hand-painted in shades of green, purple and brown, height ±11,5 cm., Ø ±12,5 cm., bottom w. painted "DiSTEL" and decorator's mark of W.H. VAN NORDEN.

= W.H. van Norden worked for Distel from 1898 to 1915 and from 1921 to 1923.

€ (80-100) 100
65/4597 De Distel65/4597 De Distel
65/4597 De Distel. Tile tableau showing the former The Hague Town Hall. Tableau consisting of 4x3 high glaze pottery tiles, hand-painted "Delft blue", each tile 15x15 cm. and together 60x45 cm., the lower left tile signed "DISTEL", framed.

- Sl. craquelé; tiny chips along edges of tiles; very small fracture in upper right corner of central tile. Not examined out of frame.

= After a painting by C. Springer (1817-1891) and possibly by W.H. VAN NORDEN. J. Kamermans and G. de Ree, Tegels en tegeltableau's van de Amsterdamse plateelbakkerij "De Distel" 1895-1925, p.43, no.8. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.

€ (500-700)
65/4598 De Distel65/4598 De Distel
65/4598 De Distel. Tiles, four polychrome tiles with a continuous linear decoration of chestnut leaves and shells, matte glaze pottery, hand-painted in black, greyish blue, green and ochre on light blue ground, each tile 15,2x15,2 cm., back side "PLATEELBAKKERIJ DE DISTEL AMSTERDAM" in relief.

- All tiles trifle chipped and trifle/ sl. craquelé; one tile w. oxidized rectangular line (from former framing?) running ±6 mm. within edges.

= J. Kamermans and G. de Ree, Tegels en tegeltableau's van de Amsterdamse plateelbakkerij "De Distel" 1895-1925, p.55, no.29. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.

€ (80-100)
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