This early 17th century Delft tile was made in the Dutch city of Gouda. It measures approximately 1,4 cm's / 0.6" thick, which is one of the indicators that tells us that the tile was made around 1630. It depicts a colourful tulip with two other flowers on the side. The tile is decorated with the 'lily' corner motif and is overall in a very good and pure condition. Note the chip on the top right corner.
|5.1" by 5.1" or 13 by 13 cm
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