However, we have now sold out of the books, "Discovering Dutch Delftware." The best option is to find them for sale used on either e Bay or Amazon.com, and pick one up that way.
The pottery’s white material is often painted with cobalt-blue designs resembling watercolor art, similar to the look of flow-blue china.
Tin-glazed, multi-colored earthenware was pioneered in Moorish Spain with the style known as majolica, which was soon copied and spread to other parts of Europe.
It also forms part of the worldwide family of blue and white pottery, using variations of the plant-based decoration first developed in 14th century Chinese porcelain, and in great demand in Europe.
Delftware includes pottery objects of all descriptions such as plates, ornaments and tiles.
The book has many pictures and illustrations of marks to use for comparison purposes.