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Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron

Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron

Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron
AUTHENTIC and interesting slipware cauldron, cooking pot. Origin (made in): the Netherlands, Amsterdam. Provenance: This week we will sell a private collection from Mister E. Size: High: 11 cm / 4.3” inch. Wide: 14,8 cm/ 5.8′. Description: A interesting and very nice quality cooking pot so called grape, excavated in the old city centre of Delft in the early 1970tis. Condition: Good, no repairs , 2 stable cracks in the rim, chip in the rim and handle, nice patina of very old age, some wear of old age. We are located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Packaging : We don’t charge. If the object does not fit the description; just let us know within 30 days after receiving the object. The item “Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron” is in sale since Monday, December 3, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antiquities\Other Antiquities”. The seller is “dmmda0″ and is located in Amsterdam. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Material: Pottery
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available

Nice and rare 17th Century Dutch ceramic slipware cooking pot cauldron

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