Delft Blue Angel

Design: Piet Design

Delft blue angels were already made of earthenware in the 18th century. The early copies depicted the goddess Fame blowing the trumpet or trumpet. As an example, the Delft pottery bakers probably used the fame that is on the back of the grave of William of Orange in the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft.

This paper angel does not carry a trumpet, but she does have the typical Delft decoration with scaly wings.

The angel is easy to assemble without scissors or glue.
Contents: 1 angel, 1 envelope and a partly blank card.
Built size: 7 x 6 x 11 cm.



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