This coming weekend the annual event the 'Academische Dagen' (Academic Days) are being held in our hometown of Franeker.
For our Spanish speaking visitors the two following videos might be interesting to watch, as the local TV station ONDA Cadiz in the Spanish town of Cadiz has published two wonderful and detailed interviews with art historian Alfredo García Portillo on YouTube for their program 'ZONA HISTORIA'.
Some of you might already have noticed that we are preparing the launch of our daughter company Poarte - Delft Tiles. With Poarte we will be introducing an endless assortment of handmade and hand-painted reproduction Delft tiles that are going to set a new standard within this market.
A few months ago we worked on a kitchen backsplash for a project in Washington D.C. The backsplash was based on a rare set of 17th century Delft tiles with Cupids.
Earlier this month we received a phone call of a young farmer who was renovating the farm he inherited from his parents. During the renovation he found partly tiled walls that were hidden behind wooden walls that were installed in the 1960's.
This is the preview page of our upcoming sales exhibtion on Friday the 10th of December 2021.
This year we are organizing another online sales exhibition of rare antique Delft tiles. Just like last year, the sales exhibition will only be held online, as the Covid-19 circumstances do not allow us to open our gallery for visitors.
We are proud to let you know that a few months ago we were awarded a new restoration project for the historical association (Warkums Erfskip) of the Dutch city of Workum.
The project in the Polish city of Gdańsk is finished. Or at least for the tiling part. We received two photos from the contractor just after the installation of the 1100 antique Delft tiles tiles was completed.
A few weeks ago we shared the news that 'Regts - Delft Tiles' had been awarded a monumental restoration project for an 18th century house in and by the city of Gdańsk, Poland.