The Famous Delft Blue Pottery – As Street Art!

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  1. Teja says:

    Sorry I missed your post! I hope she passed down her memories of the souvenir as well. :)

  2. David Clark says:

    I think is an excellent great piece of artwork.
    Its color combination and crafting all are looking so beautiful

  3. Jennie says:

    Pottery from the Netherlands is very good and very famous. I have only one from that country, the pottery belongs to my grandmother and this is very antique. I really like to see some pottery in the room, and that makes the design of a room look better. Thank you for the article. aronson.com

  4. I really love contemporary ceramics artist cause them have a artistic structure and good shape. I would make a ceramics porcelen but it too hard and I stop to try that again. Collect ceramics is one of my new activities beside do my job in daily activities. Thanks for wrote for us.

    • Teja says:

      Thanks for coming by! I thought it was such a novel idea to actually decorate the city itself with the city’s signature ceramic!

  5. I think it’s SO cool that they incorporate their signature pottery all over the city as well! I didn’t have the actual town of Delft on my radar but now I’d love to go and check it out.

    • Teja says:

      It isn’t?? Delft should be on any Netherlands itinerary, I think! I’d probably put it at #3 behind Amsterdam and The Hague.

  6. Sue Davies says:

    Interesting post. The Delft Blue pottery as street art is a great way to describe it. Liked learning about the Chinese influence.

    • Teja says:

      I always did wonder how the Dutch got famous for a craft form more closely associated with China, especially in those times.

  7. What a fun-looking city! Would love to come and explore here next time in the Netherlands :-)

    • Teja says:

      It looks quite charming. I should have given it more time. In my defense it was really hard to leave my warm room in November though.