Dutch Delftware Blue and White Five-piece Garniture, Holland, mid-18th century, attributed to De Porceleyne Biji, each decorated with a bird in a floral garden within a raised scrollwork frame, including three covered baluster forms with foo dog finials, ht. 14 1/4; together with a pair of octagonal shaped vases with hatchet marks, ht. 10 1/4 in.
Provenance: Pflueger Collection.
Covers: Each restored to tail of dog; one dog restored at join to cover; each with scattered glaze loss to areas of face and ears as wel as along rims; one with a rim chip repair; one with two rim chips repaired.
Baluster vases: Each with age typical glaze chipping along top and bottom rims and slightly to scrolled framework.
Octagonal vases: Each with age typical glaze chipping along top and bottom rims and slightly to scrolled framework.
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