Flower pyramid, attributed to De Metaale Pot, c. 1692 - c. 1700

Flower pyramid, attributed to De Metaale Pot, c. 1692 - c. 1700

h 156.0cm × w 38.0cm × d 38.0cm × w 29kg. More details

Costly cut flowers could be placed in each spout of this flower pyramid, which is built up of separate elements. The model of this tall, stacked flower vase originated at the court of William and Mary, his consort, who was passionately interested in flower arrangement, porcelain and tin-glazed earthenware.

On display in room 2.22-09 Ceramics Masterpieces

Collections with this work

RijksStudio

lala added this work to flowers

yesterday - 6 works 0 0

Richard Sluiter added this work to map content

May 22 2016 - 176 works 55 0

Adam Bohnet added this work to Materials for use in class (King's at Western, Canada)

May 15 2016 - 26 works 37 1

Make your own creations with this work