The Dutch city of Gouda is often associated with its food legacy, being the birthplace of national delicacies including Gouda cheese and stroopwafels; however, the southern city has also played an important role in the nation's cultural heritage, manufacturing fine pottery since the 17th century. A number of factories emerged producing pottery in what is now called 'Gouda' style, including Zenith and Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland. Eventually, the term 'Gouda' came to describe the style rather than the location of the ceramic item's production. Gouda pottery became particularly popular during the 20th century, featuring brightly-colored, floral designs inspired by the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements; these pieces were also commonly produced with a matte glaze. Typical items such as vases, cups and plates were manufactured, as well as figurines, smoking pipes and ashtrays. Although the common interest in Gouda pottery has dwindled over the years with the decline in production, original pieces from the 20th century and earlier remain highly sought-after on the collector's market.
6 x Cor Alons chairs, designed in the early 50s and manufactured by De Boer Meubelfabrieken in Gouda.\n\nWonderfully curved teak plywood frame and the original green faux leather upholstery.\n\nVery comfortable chairs, very fine back support.\n\nDimensions: w: 43 cm; d: 49 cm; h: 80 cm; seat h: 45 cm\n\nThe faux leather upholstery is in good used condition, 1 chair has a small spot of damage (please see photo 17).\nThe frames have some minor spots of damage on the corners at the bottom of the le
Rare dining table designed by Cor Alons in the early 1950s for De Boer Meubelfabrieken in Gouda.\n\nBeautifully designed with beautiful semicircular and tapered legs. The tabletop is rounded at the corners.\n\nMeasurements: w: 120 cm: t: 80 cm: h: 75 cm\n\nThe tabletop is very beautiful with only some light signs of wear. \nThe legs have some damage in the middle (see photos 12, 13 and 14).\n\nThe corresponding Cor Alons chairs are offered in a different lot.\n\n\nCan be picked up in Nes aan de
Nice set of 15 Bols decanters in traditional costume. Both marked Zenith Made in Holland. The heads of the decanters are the stoppers. Woman is 25.5 cm tall and the man 27 cm.\n\nPlease see the photos for the details.\n\nAll in very good condition. They will be thoroughly packaged and shipped with insurance. Ceramics & Glass---
Beautiful stylistic image of a seated cat. \nMade by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland in Gouda. \nClearly marked with a factory mark on the bottom. \nThe sculpture dates back to circa 1930.\nThe statue is in perfect condition without any damage. \nIt is orange glazed with coarse crackle.\n\nHeight: 16.5 cm. \nWidth: 5.5 cm. \nDeep: 7 cm. \n\nProperly packaged and shipped by insured mail. Art Nouveau & Art Deco---
Vase mit einer Höhe von 35 cm und einem Bodendurchmesser von 10,5 cm.\nKleiner Brandfehler am Deckel (siehe letztes Foto).\n\nDie Fotos sind ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Beschreibung.\nUnsere Pakete werden immer ordnungsgemäß verpackt und mit Track & Trace versandt.
Ein wundervoller Wandteller von Zenith Gouda. Mit einer gemalten Darstellung eines Mannes mit hohem Hut, der am Tisch ein Glas Wein trinkt.\nNach einem Gemälde von Frans Hals (1582-1666).\n\nMit „Delfter Blau“ markiert.\n"Made in Holland".\nDie Marke, ein gekröntes "Z" von Zenith Gouda.\nAuf einem Aufkleber der Text „Zenith anno 1749“ und die Marke.\n'Trinker'.\n\nDas „Plateelbakkerij en Pijpenfabrieken Zenith, P. J. van der Want Azn.“ Wurde 1749 gegründet. Es stellt seit 1935 Delfter Blau her,
Regina Gouda Teller Teller und Wandvase / Ausguss jr. 1925/1930\nSehr guter Zustand SELTEN, REGINA GOUDA HOLLAND KUNSTPOTTERIE MATTE FINISH "ORCHIS" MUSTER\nSelten & Schön, Regina Gouda Holland Art Keramik Matt "Orchis" Muster, wohl 1920, s\n\nPlatten:\nMatching, spiegelbildlich zueinander.\nFormnummer 303\nØ20,5cm.\n\nWandvase / Ausguss jr.\nFormnummer 272\nLänge 26cm.\nGouda Pottery Grundmarkierungen: Der Name Regina, Formnummer 303, dickes Kronenlogo, WB für Van der Want und Barras, Musternam
Silver cigarette case.\nIt is in a very neat condition.\nMinor user scratches and signs of wear mentioned for full disclosure. Heavy model. Gross weight is 510 grams. Classic and timeless design.\nThe interior and bottom are finished with a light refined type of wood. \nHallmarked with 835 and ZII and with the master/company mark Van Kempen & Begeer (importer).\nSo it is 835/1000 of pure silver.\nRe-assayed at the assayer trust in Gouda and marked with ZII: for objects made with a minimal c
Unique 18 kt gold womens ring with light blue Chalcedony and 9 diamonds (Wesselton/SI/0.09 ct). Designer is Carl Heinrich Luth, beautiful version in beautiful condition!\n\nThe ring size is 17, the weight is almost 12 grams, measurement of ring head is 20 mm, inner shank has 2 balls so that the ring fits securely around the knuckle.\n\nMarked with the 750 gold hallmark and maker's mark, marked by Waarborg Holland in Gouda. A jewel for a collector/enthusiast! \n\nWill be shipped well-packaged and
Auswahl gestempelter Briefmarken, darunter Ausstellung 1924 Königin 'Wilhelmina' Goudaglas und andere. Einige mit einer kurzen Perforation oder leichten Stockflecken. Bitte sehen Sie Scans.\nKatalogwert: über € 1.100 (NVPH 2018)\n\nVersand per Einschreiben.
1923 82–83 Königin Wilhelmina\n1907 87–89 Michiel de Ruijter\n1924 139-140 100 Jahre Seerettungsinstitution\n1924 141–143 Kind\n1925 166–168 Kind\n1927 208–211 Kind\n1930 232–235 Kind\n1931 238–239 Goudagläser\n1932 248–251 Kind (251 hat einen minimalen Rostfleck)\n1936 287–288 Universität Utrecht 300 Jahre\n1936 289–292 Kind
Tall and very decorative Gouda Pottery Damascus III handled vase. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked correctly as seen in photo. Vase is 13" tall and 7" wide. Damascus III was first introduced around 1915.
Tall and striking Gouda Pottery Damascus III vase. Nice, colorful artwork. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked correctly as seen in photo. Vase is 13 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" wide. Damascus III was first introduced around 1915.
Florens SCHOONHOVEN Emblemata Florentii Schoonhovii I. C. Goudani Apud Andream Burier, Gouda 1618, petit in-4 (15x19,5cm), (12) 251pp., relié. first edition, rare, this Emblemata composed of a frontispiece and 74 half-page figures. Bound in brown morocco half late nineteenth to corners. Back smooth decorated with pretty shoes. Title and date Doers. Nets separation of the boards.2 500 € Réf : 52966 Order Book