Rozenburg, Den Haag, S. Schellink, 1899

A pair early 1899 porcelain vases of classical form, with floral decoration in subtle colors brown, light yellow, light green and dark green. One vase has a repeating floral pattern on the four sides, the other almost a landscape along the four sides. They are decorated on the inside rim as well. Both vases marked with the blue factory stamp, which Rozenburg used in 1899 for their early models. These are model number 4 and work order number 685. Painted by Samuel Schellink. Hight: 12½ cm (5 inch). Exhibited at the World’s Fair Paris, 1900

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a pair of porcelain vases

A pair early 1899 porcelain vases of classical form, with floral decoration in subtle colors brown, light yellow, light green and dark green. One vase has a repeating floral pattern on the four sides, the other almost a landscape along the four sides. They are decorated on the inside rim as well. Both vases marked with the blue factory stamp, which Rozenburg used in 1899 for their early models. These are model number 4 and work order number 685. Painted by Samuel Schellink. Hight: 12½ cm (5 inch). Exhibited at the World’s Fair Paris, 1900.

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