Serving dish (no lid) marked with single clover: German or Dutch?

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Serving dish (no lid) marked with single clover: German or Dutch? Empty Serving dish (no lid) marked with single clover: German or Dutch?

Post by MyraOhMyra July 31st 2023, 7:15 pm

Hi all,

This serving dish without lid is marked underneath with a single clover/flower. Plus some interlaced initials. The colour is a rather yellowish off-white. I thought at first it could be an old German piece (Ilmenau, or Limbach) because of the mark and the simple, ‘quick’ decoration, but it somehow felt too new, also in too good a condition - but you never know how it was taken care off I guess. Then I took it to an expert alongside some other items and he thought it might be 19th century Dutch (Gouda) because of the yellowish colour, but was unsure as Dutch Gouda ware from that period usually has a factory mark.
Any thoughts?
(Edit for spelling mistake)

Serving dish (no lid) marked with single clover: German or Dutch? Img_4919
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Serving dish (no lid) marked with single clover: German or Dutch? Img_4920
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