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500 Dutch faience tiles, 17th through the 19th century

Lot reference 19842647

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Damaged tiles and fragments

Damaged tiles and tile fragments from various knock-downs.
‘Damaged’ means: glaze damage, broken and glued, missing fragments, tiles in half.
Various depictions, blue and manganese, see photos.
Approx 115 kilograms in net tile weight, packaged in 23 sturdy cardboard boxes and two wooden crates, each containing 20 tiles.
All pieces have been photographed: Twenty photos with twenty five tiles. These give a pretty good impression of the kind of damage.
Due to the weight of the lot, it can only be picked-up at the seller.
Also suitable for an artist for, for instance, an installation, a wall collage or for the public garden at the Museum Princessehof in Delft.

Be Caignie  

Catawiki member since April 30, 2017, received 4 reviews in total (2 in last 12 months)

  • Lovely applique, Thank You.

    PeKaRi October 9, 2018

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    michaelwinters June 24, 2018

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