Royal Goedewaagen

Royal Goedewaagen is a typical Dutch earthenware manufacturer that has been making unique handmade ceramic products for over 400 years. This passion for ceramics is reflected in the most beautiful figurines, vases, plates and bowls.

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Miniature Palace
Het Loo Apeldoorn

These beautiful ceramic miniature palaces from Royal Goedewaagen are a feast for the eyes. This is also the reason that Royal Goedewaagen is famous for its beautiful and detailed Delft blue miniatures. The many famous buildings and palaces in the Netherlands have now been immortalized in ceramics. This is the miniature of Het Loo Palace on the outskirts of Apeldoorn, hand-painted in blue on a white base.

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Royal Goedewaagen has made beautiful Delft blue miniatures of almost all palaces in the Netherlands. Nice to save these miniatures or to give as a present, for people who love Holland.

Miniature Het Loo Palace

Stadtholder William III, great-grandson of William of Orange, bought the medieval castle Het Oude Loo in 1684 to build a new hunting lodge next to it with a square main building in classicist style, with side wings on either side, connected by semicircular colonnades. After he also became King of England, he expanded the palace from 1691 to 1694 with four connecting the main building with the side wings. The colonnades were moved to the newly landscaped garden. The palace was the summer residence of the Dutch stadholders and kings from 1686 to 1975. It was last inhabited by Princess Margriet. Het Loo Palace now serves as a museum.


Ceramics is a collective name for products baked with clay. Ceramics have several advantages, such as being heat resistant and resistant to wear. In the time of the VOC, ceramics was an important trade source for the Netherlands. It was a major boost to the economy. This was also the time that the story of Royal Goedewaagen begins.

Royal Goedewaagen

Royal Goedewaagen has been located in Nieuw-Buinen in Drenthe since 1984. However, the company has a long history. The story of Royal Goedewaagen begins in 1610, when the De Jong family from Gouda opened the popular pottery factory 'De Star'. This company eventually grew into Royal Goedewaagen, a company where quality, craftsmanship, perfection and creativity are of paramount importance. They successfully reflect these values ​​in the products from their range, they have been known for years as a leader in the field of ceramics. Also take a look at the other products from Royal Goedewaagen. They also make beautiful vases, bowls and plates that are great as a gift to family or friends.

Product specifications
Brand : Royal Goedewaagen
Material : Earthenware
Colors* : Delft blue: blue and white 
Design : Palace Het Loo
Handpainted* : Depth of colours varies
Dimensions  : 10 x 12,5 x 6 cm
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