Delft, circa 1685
The Three Porcelain Ash Barrells pottery
Mark: GK, period Gerrit Kam (1679-1700)
The dish is painted in the center with a water landscape in lavender blue within bluish black outlining. Two ducks are flying over flowering plants issuing from rocks that emerge from the water. The well and flange are decorated with oval cartouches alternating with stylized flowers and leaves. Each cartouche is filled with a flower on a scrollwork ground. The back is painted with four radial lines, alternated with four O-shaped elements. The mark is painted in bluish black.
Dimensions: diameter 34 cm / 13.38 in.
Condition: rim chips.