Gouda Pottery

A lot of two Zuid Holland Gouda Rhodian pottery lanterns, Netherlands, circa 1915 each with looped handle, conical vents, Candia and Sana pattern

p4A ItemID E8916914
A Zuid Holland Gouda pottery matte glaze charger, Netherlands, 1926, designed by Henri Breetvelt, circular, with polychrome abstract floral

p4A ItemID E8916907
A Zuid Holland Gouda pottery high glaze City Gate ovoid vase, Netherlands, early 20th century, hand-painted scene of a city street beneath an old entrance gate

p4A ItemID E8916906
A Zuid Holland Gouda pottery Art Nouveau glazed ceramic wall-hanging charger, floral decoration, Netherlands, circa 1900

p4A ItemID E8897295

Gouda Pottery

Pottery has been made in Gouda, Holland, since at least the 1600′s. Today’s collectors most often encounter the work of two later potteries, the “Zenith” pottery in operation during the 18th century, and the “Zuid-Hollandsche” pottery which opened in 1880 and continued in operation until the on-set of World War II. The latter firm specialized in brightly colored products in an Art Nouveau or Art Deco style and marked their wares “Gouda”.

About This Site

Internet Antique Gazette is brought to you by Prices4Antiques.