4508 - 4568 FINE ARTS - CERAMICS, SCULPTURE
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LX.
- 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.
- Light orange-peel glazing flaws, otherwise a fine copy. = Probably intended as a souvenir.
AND 4 other, smaller Distel vases, all but one bearing the coat of arms of Valkenburg and one that of Putten, all matte glaze and w. variant Nienhuis decoration, all w. i.a. Distel stamp on bottom.
= Fine copy, nicely decorated with three ships and three women in traditional costume.
- Some very small glazing flaws.
- The paint somewhat bled downward during manufacture.
= C.A. Lion Cachet worked as a freelancer for Distel between 1911 and 1923.
- Trifle craquelé; base trifle wobbly.
- Sl. craquelé; some glazing flaw spots. = G. Baas worked for Distel before 1921.
- Sl. craquelé; some light orange-peel glazing flaws; restored spot at top of handle.
= Ticket on bottom attributing the décor(?) to Bert Nienhuis. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Some small glazing flaw spots, otherwise fine.
= Impressive mantle vase, the back side with a much more sober pattern than the front. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Some small superficial scratches; flawed glazing along edge of foot.
- Some chipped-off glazing at mouth, otherwise fine.
- Sl. craquelé, otherwise fine. = Elegant décor. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Crack of ±10 cm. w. careful restorations running along narrow part of vase; foot partly restored (also at bottom); lid possibly restored at tip.
- Neck sl. askew; some vague glazing imperfections.
- Orange-peel glazing flaws in yellow; small chip from bottom edge.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Glazing flaw/ crack at top of one handle.
= Cornelis de Bruin was designer and art director at De Distel 1895-1901.
- Fine copy. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.