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Maker(s):The Greek A Factory
Date Made:1705-1710
Type:Lighting Device
Materials:ceramic: tin-glazed earthenware decorated in cobalt blue
Place Made:The Netherlands; Holland; Delft
Measurements:overall: 4 3/8 x 3 3/8 in.; 10.795 cm
Accession Number:  HD 53.P.08

Pair of Dutch delft candlesticks in blue and white marked "PAK" for Pieter Adriaenson Kocks who inherited the "De GRIEKSCHE A" pottery from his father, Adrianus Kocks, in 1701. Although Pieter died in 1703, his "PAK" mark was used from 1701 to 1722. In 1995, Nicholas Vandekar stated that the style of decoration on the candlesticks is typical of that made by the factory during the period of 1705-1710.

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