This 17th century (c. 1650) Delft tile captures the moment that a young man fires a rifle. The bullet has just left the barrel, but is still visible. The tile was made in the Dutch city of Harlingen and is decorated with 'ox-head' corner motifs. In is in a very pure condition with chips along the sides and corners.
|5.1" by 5.1" or 13 by 13 cm
|Production area (city)
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