Delft shoe/sandal


An early Dutch Delft slipper maybe 1700’s.. Decorations on the front of the slipper and the heel and surrounding sides. Slight damage to the front, the bow of the shoe.missing a bow.


Can you please identify the maker/factory and ny values. Thank you

Length 7”
Width 2.75 “ and 2”...

Reacties 1


  • Not Delftware


  • Not made in Delft The term Delftware is only used for earthenware actually produced in Delft. Read more
  • More recent production technique After 1850, factories in and outside Holland developed more efficient and cheaper production techniques. This goes beyond the scope of this website. Read more
  • Hand-painted An important characteristic of authentic Delftware is that it is hand-painted. Printing techniques do not occur on this earthenware. Read more
  • Forged mark In the 19th century, a financial incentive arose to sell more new earthenware as antique Delftware, sometimes even bearing forged Delft factory marks. Read more

The shoe is an imitation made probably in a northern French factory, of course after an earlier Delft example. The mark is copied from the mark of Pieter Kock. We don’t give values on this website.