Zuid-Holland Gouda

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Title: Beek Bowl
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs. Six pieces: Two Nova claret jugs (1925), Dorian planter (1925) and low bowl (1923), and Indus vase and lantern (c.1930)
Title: Bottle Shaped Vase
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs. Four vases: Laurie (1923), Mary (1923), Vlam (1921) and bottle-shaped vase with slender neck (c.1925)
Title: Bulbous Vase
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs. Six pieces: Two Nova claret jugs (1925), Dorian planter (1925) and low bowl (1923), and Indus vase and lantern (c.1930)
Title: Dorian Low Bowl
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs.
Title: Indus Lantern
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs.
Title: Indus Vase
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs. Six pieces: Two Nova claret jugs (1925), Dorian planter (1925) and low bowl (1923), and Indus vase and lantern (c.1930)
Title: Large Regina Vase
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs.
Title: Laurie Vase
Artist: Zuid-Holland Gouda
Gouda is a style of Dutch pottery named after the city of Gouda. Gouda pottery gained worldwide prominence in the early 20th century and remains highly desirable to collectors today. Gouda pottery is diverse and visually distinctive in appearance, typically illustrated with colourful and highly decorated Art Nouveau or Art Deco designs. Four vases: Laurie (1923), Mary (1923), Vlam (1921) and bottle-shaped vase with slender neck (c.1925)