Lightly molded on each side with a yellow-edged oval panel painted with flowering plants or branches, three also with a tiny flitting insect, and reserved on a ground of yellow-edged blue and green stripes within white
panels of iron-red bellflowers on the corners below a green leaf device on each corner of the flat shoulders, the circular cover threaded on the interior and painted on the top with a flowering branch above stripes on the sides echoing those on the body.
A distinguished Manhattan collector
M. S. van Aken-Fehmers, “’Zo net als ‘t thans uit China ons hier werd gebracht’ (‘As fine as that imported from China’), A closer look at Dutch Black Delftware (1700-1740),” in Aronson, 2006, p. 44, fig. 6; H. P. Fourest, Delftware, London, 1980, p. 100, no. 92