RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"

This magnificent antique polychrome delft tile from the the Netherlands is a true gem. It was made around 1630 and once was mounted as a fireplace decoration, or on a kitchen wall.

The flower seems to be some sort of daffodil. The tile was made from clay, tin glazed and hand painted - most likely in the city of Rotterdam. The flower motif is very typical for the 17th Century - anyhow this specific tile with a Flower on a turf in a circle band and polychrome is very rare. Colored tiles are a lot rarer than their blue and white or purple and white counterparts, for which Dutch Tiles are so well known.

Theme: Flower on a turf

Motive: Ox head corner motif

Measurements: circa 5 1/4” by 5 1/4"

Condition: The tile is in original condition. Minor chips. (Please see pictures)

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Item ID: g270

RARE 17th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Pottery Tile "Flower on Turf"

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