Bluish green undecorated outside. Bluish green and whitish gray inside
Delft name and symbol on base with a makers mark inside the symbol. Scribed letter "v" below the markings. Design pattern has an art nouveau feel to it. This piece is unlike any Delftware I have seen. Is it truly Delft of a different type?? Please apprise.
I think it's made early to mid 20th century by the Porceleyne Fles in Delft. Obviously it's not the traditional Delftware from the 17-19th century but still it's hand made by the last surviving original Delftware factory and these different types are collectible nonetheless.
Kind regards, Patrick
Thank you for you prompt response to my inquiry. This is helpful.
Agree with Partrick
The bowl is possibly part of the experimental department of the Royal Delft factory (Porceleyne Fles, experimentele afdeling), active in the 1960s and 70s.
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