Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Early 18th century, the Delft figure is clearly inspired by Chinese figures, and is most likely made by the Delft potters after an example in enameled biscuit of Lan Caihe of the Kangxi period (1662-1722), blue and white floral garments with minimally defined detail, raised on a slim platform base.
11 in.Private Collection of European Ceramics and Dutch Delftware, South Carolina
A rare early Delft figural.
Break and repair at neck; some scrapes to high points such as the nose; fill to small spots on each arm; areas of over-paint to the back and around the base.