Gouda vase
Gouda vase

From about 1900, a number of factories in Gouda, Holland, began producing a unique type of ware which represented a transition between Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Earlier pieces had stylised flower patterns; more realistic flowers representations appeared later. Early pieces also used a lighter coloured matt glaze. Production slowed after the mid-1930s.

  

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