Delft blue decorative plate in memory of the Pander Postjager, KLM PH-OST flight from the Indies December 1933 by Geysendorffer, Asjes and Van Stralen. In memory of the 1st regular Holland - Indië flight in December 1933. The plate was designed by P. Senf and painted by two painters, namely: Th.
Van Arum (active 1890 - 1945) and A. Van Kampenhout (active 1892 - 1942). Only 843 of this plate were made and it is in excellent condition. E tried to make an accurate description but buyers should always look carefully at the pictures as they are part of that description.
Very nice for your collection or just on the wall as a piece of art. Please look at my other advertisements.
If you are searching for an other plate or tile please don't hesitate to ask. I have over 300 spare tiles and plates!! The Porceleyne Fles (Royal Delft) is the last surviving earthenware factory from the 17.
The factory began producing in 1653 and became quickly one of the most important pottery factory's in the Netherlands. The world known logo little bottle be was used for the first time in 1697. Century it went downhill with the pottery industry due to foreign competitors with newer techniques and better materials.In 1884 my great grandfather Abel Labouchere took over the company and together with Joost Thooft made a few important changes and thus gave the products more durability. With that he laid the foundation for the factory as we know it today. In 1929 my mother was given a little vase as a present.
It laid the base for a huge collection of commemorative earthenware (Cloisonné tiles and plates). As a collector I learned well how an item should be packed, so no worries! This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Plates". The seller is "heir_labouchere" and is located in this country: NL. This item can be shipped worldwide.