5 Items of old Frisian earthenware with ringeloor decoration of white fired pouring clay (5) - Fries pottery

Description
5 Items of old Frisian earthenware with ringeloor decoration of white fired pouring clay (5) - Fries pottery
Friesland the Netherlands

Handmade items of Friesian glazed earthenware with ringeloor adornment of white-baking clay which was applied with a cow horn.
The cow horn was filled with liquid clay, which then made the characteristic S shape on the object with a flowing movement.

1 A Friesian large earthenware fire test, which often had the shape of a square bowl.
With this, one could safely move the glowing coal to provide warmth elsewhere.
Size 14.5 x 19 x 19 cm.

1 Large jug with spout.
Size 11 cm high and the diameter is 16 cm.

1 candlestick / blaker.
Height of the candlestick is 18 x 12 cm.
A blaker usually has around a raised edge, so that melted candle wax cannot run off.

1 Porridge bowl.
Size 11 x 6.5 cm.

1 Ashtray in the shape of a bowl.
Size 8.5 x 10 cm.

These items are well packaged and shipped registered.

Lot details
No. of items
5
Object
5 Items of old Frisian earthenware with ringeloor decoration of white fired pouring clay
Material
Fries pottery
Country of Origin
Friesland the Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
2853 g
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