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Sorry, Unfortunately a  20th. century replica/copy. Regards, E. 

Probably made  in Friesland by Tichelaar / Makkum.


  • Not Delftware


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As mr. Van Drecht remarks indeed produced at the Frisian factory of Tichelaar & Tichelaar – now named Royal Tichelaar Makkum.