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Hello,

The mark is from Tichelaar in Makkum. It’s therefore not authentic Delftware. I’m not sure on the age of the pieces, it looks like they are tin glazed, so maybe the end of the 19th century or beginning 20th century?

 Kind regards, Patrick

Verdict:

  • Not Delftware

Analysis:

  • Not made in Delft The term Delftware is only used for earthenware actually produced in Delft. Read more
  • More recent production technique After 1850, factories in and outside Holland developed more efficient and cheaper production techniques. This goes beyond the scope of this website. Read more
  • Hand-painted An important characteristic of authentic Delftware is that it is hand-painted. Printing techniques do not occur on this earthenware. Read more
  • Mark of a non-Delft pottery/factory The typical Delftware also inspires producers outside of Delft, but genuine Delftware has only been produced in Delft. Read more

Thanks to PatrickW for his expertise. 

Let wel, ’Nieuwere productietechniek’ is gedeeltelijk, de schildering is de oude techniek, het is op de rauwe glazuur geschilderd, groet jvdh.

Mind you, 'Newer production technique' is partial, the painting is the old technique, it is painted on the raw glaze, Regards jvdh.

Dear Jan van den Heuvel,

thank You very much for this note

kind regards 

Alfred