The Rijksmuseum aims to connect people, art and history. Hence the surprising collection of useful utensils and accessories with prints or excerpts from old Dutch masterpieces. Making art a little more accessible!
Delft Blue Glasses Case
Delft Blue is hot, also as decoration of accessories. For example, look at this Delft blue glasses case. Richly decorated with Delft blue motives of birds and flowers. This fresh glasses case offers your glasses a solid protection. With matching glasses wipe. A glasses case as eye catcher!
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1000+ Dutch Designs, for yourself or as a gift
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Delfts Blauw Glasses Case
Wide choice in Delft blue accessories
Delft Blue: typical Dutch?
The origins of the world famous Delft pottery date back to the early 1600s. In the 17th century the VOC (Dutch East India Company) ships brought back Chinese porcelain decorated in blue on white. This porcelain soon became very popular amongst the upper-class at the time, including the European royal houses. When import ceased due to the civil war in China, the Dutch potters immediately seized their chance and started producing imitations of the blue on white decorated porcelain. This was the start of the Dutch production of Delft blue, which is now famous as a Dutch produce worldwide.
About the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum
The Rijksmuseum is the most iconic museum of The Netherlands. In 2013 the completely renovated museum opened her doors to the public in the renovated Cathedral of Cuypers at the Museum square in Amsterdam. A breathtaking building with a surprising decor and beautiful exhibits. The Rijks has existed for over 200 years and has been in various locations. In 1885 the museum settled in and officially opened in the Cathedral of Cuypers and became 'The Rijks' as we know it to this day.
|Material||:Metal with microfiber|
|Outside dim.||: 16 x 6,5 x 3,8 cm (l x b x h)|
|Inside dim.||: 15 x 5 x 3,2 cm (l x b x h)|
|Weight||: About 100 gram|
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