how old is this mark?

Discussion in 'Antique Discussion' started by hunt2, Apr 19, 2024.

  1. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    I have bought a old planter of Makkum Tichelaar (Friesland Netherlands) and it has got good wear on the feet en and rim and has an old feet repair with a iron screw. The mark underneath the pot i have found in my pottery marks book. IMG_20240419_103931355.jpg IMG_20240419_104505276.jpg IMG_20240419_105256757~2.jpg

    See last photo, but i don´t understand what they are trying to say. This is what i found out about the man with that name:https://www.genealogieonline.nl/stamboom-griffioen-koster/I272450.php . Does anyone know the period in which this mark was used?
     
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  2. bosko69

    bosko69 Well-Known Member

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  3. Marote

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  4. kentworld

    kentworld Well-Known Member

    Love the feet!
     
  5. Marote

    Marote Well-Known Member

    Two other Makkum pieces with feet:
    IMG_0100.jpg IMG_0099.jpg
    with the 1948-1979 mark
    IMG_0102.jpg
     
  6. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    judging the waer of the piece and a old repair with an iron screw i think 1890. I heard from another forum that my jardinaire could be bought out of th catalog of tichelaar in 1947 for 15 guilders. but the decoration is slighty diffentent and less fine as mine example. So i asume that they made this jardinaire from 1890 until 1947.
     
  7. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    It looks like a very nice piece, hunt.
    Could you show us a photo please? Also photos of the entire piece and the wear?
     
  8. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    here are some more photo's IMG_20240419_103817934.jpg IMG_20240418_154205776.jpg IMG_20240419_104520067_BURST000_COVER.jpg
     
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  9. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

  10. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    It is a traditional style, so you're bound to find others from different periods. The general rule is that Makkums designs followed Delfts about a century later.
     
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  11. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    oke, but how can it be that the red flowers have the exact same craquele as my flowers?
     
  12. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    Both have age, and the paint may have had the same chemical composition.
     
  13. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    oke, what date would you put on my pot?
     
  14. hunt2

    hunt2 Well-Known Member

    IMG_20240419_105256757~2.jpg does anyone know if my pot is 17th, 18th or 19th century? this is the mark from my pot in a marks book.
     
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