Gouda Pottery

A Gouda Het Hert matte glaze vase, art pottery Holland, circa 1900, bottle form with hand-decorated design in blue on white ground, marked with stylized stag's head

p4A ItemID E8887059
A Gouda high glaze two-handled vase, art pottery Holland, circa 1906, PZH polychrome decoration of flowers and foliage

p4A ItemID E8887057
A Zuid Holland Gouda Pottery matte glaze ewer, early 20th century, with narrow ribbed neck, slender body, single handle, and flaring foot, decorated with an abstract design

p4A ItemID E8876900
St. Lukas Utrecht lustre glaze vase with undersea decoration of swimming fish and exotic seaweed encircling the form

p4A ItemID F7993739

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”.


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