Imari Robins

Design: Piet Design

The most famous Dutch pottery is Delft Blue. This ‘Hollants porcelain’ originated from an imitation of Chinese blue and white porcelain that the VOC brought to Holland in the 17th century.

Around 1700 another type of porcelain appeared on the Dutch market: Japanese Imari. The exuberant color combination of blue, red and gold quickly became popular. The Delft pottery bakers immediately responded to the new demand with decorative objects in the same colours.

These robins are easy to assemble without scissors or glue.
Contents: 2 robins, an envelope and a partly blank card.
Built size per robin: 11 x 5 x 7 cm.



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