Royal Delft Nieuw Delfts commemorative plate remembering 300 years of VOC
99999 – Royal Delft Nieuw Delfts commemorative plate remembering 300 years of VOC. The Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC) or the United East India Company was the world's first multinational and the first megacorporation. Painted by hand.
The design of the plate is attributed to Adolf Le Comte.
On this plate in the border decoration it has the inscription of the VOC slogan: 'de cost gaet voor de baet uit' 1598 - "It takes money to make money."
In very good condition. No cracks or chips.
Diameter: 23 cm
Weight: 492 gr
Within the New Delft line of Royal Delft this decoration is called Old Persian (Oud-Perzisch). The inspiration for this piece comes from ceramics from Iznik, Turkey. There is also New Persian, which was developed during this period. For New Persian designer L.J. (Leon) Senf used other oriental pottery as an inspiration and the colour red is not applied in those ceramics.
The world famous Delft pottery has a rich history, which goes back to the time of the V.O.C. (Dutch East-India Company). Of the ca. 32 pottery bakeries, Royal Delft is the only remaining factory in Delft.
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