Lot 3535
Interiors, Decorative Art, Books & Prints Auction | 11 September 2020
An extensive Loosdrecht/Amstel Dutch porcelain dinner service

Late 18th century, Netherlands

Decorated with cornflowers and pink roses. Gilt trimmings. Mostly marked with underglaze blue marks for Amstel and Loosdrecht (M.O.L.). Includes tureens, baskets, cream pots, sauce servers, plates and platters, ca. 160 pieces. Provenance:

  • Sotheby's Amsterdam 30-03-1999 lot 287.
  • Private collection, Amsterdam.

Generally in good condition. Some wear consistent with age and use. Damages noted: 29 plates with chips. 3 deep plates with chips, one reticulated plate with damage to border. 1 basket with a crack, 1 with repaired handle. 5 rectangular serving dishes with chips. 2 large round platters with chips and 1 with a crack. The rams horns on the handles of the round pedestal dishes are damaged and the finial on one lid was broken off and reattached provisinally. handle on one of the sauce tureens damaged and badly repaired. One of the pots-a-creme with damage and crack to lid. A large round serving bowl with manufacturing flaw and damage. One tureen with cracks. Nine plates added (not included in photo).

€ 6.000,00
€ 8.000,00
€ 14.000,00

Hamerprijs: € 14.000