Vintage Delft Old Volendam Lady Boch La Louviere

Vintage Delft Old Volendam Lady Boch La Louviere
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this classic Vintage Delft Old Volendam Lady Boch La Louviere 15-1/4 inch platter, wall plate or charger

The piece features a Volendam fishers wife reading by the window in the center and is surrounded by an intricate floral border. Backstamped with the makers mark of E & R Boch.

The Vintage Delft Old Volendam Lady Boch La Louviere Platter measure 15-1/4 inches in diameter.

The Mark:
Boch Keramis / Boch Freres / Royal Boch (1841 – 1998)"
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Each available Platter is in pristine unused condition .

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Parcels are generally received in 2-3 days depending on your location.

About Royal Boch:

Victor and Eugene Boch founded Boch Freres Keramis in La Louviere, Belgium in 1841. From the end of the 19th century until 1920, Boch Keramis produced beautiful hand-painted tin-glazed blue & white and polychrome Delftware. The hand-painted mark from this period features a backwards k overlapping a large B.

Boch Keramis stopped production of Delftware in 1920, although a few transfer printed designs continued to be made using a printed Boch mark that features the words Made in Belgium Boch Fes La Louviere Fabrication Belge inside a circle superimposed over stylized leaves. Boch assumed production of Delftware again in 1969 when the company purchased the defunct Royal Sphinx. From 1969 until 1979, Boch produced blue & white Delftware for Royal Sphinx and used a printed mark that featured a circle with the words Made for Royal Sphinx by Boch inside the circle and with the Sphinx Delfts underneath. A mass of leaves and flowers surround the circle and Delfts. In 1973, the Boch name changed to Boch Limited and the company struggled financially through the 1980s. In 1985, the name changed again to the Manufacture Royale Boch, which featured a new printed mark similar to that used for Royal Sphinx, but instead showed MLR in the middle of the circle. The company changed hands again in 1989 and was renamed Royal Boch, however the production of Delftware ended in 1998.

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