Marked LVE 1 1 in blue for Lambertus van Eenhoorn, the owner of De Metaale Pot (The Metal Pot) factory from 1691 until 1721, or his widow Margaretha Teckmann until 1724
Painted in the center with two coats of arms, one with a half moon and a lion’s head and neck, beneath a helmet and a crown surmounted by the crest of a lion’s head and a half moon; the other with a mermaid beneath a helmet surmounted by a mermaid, issuing elaborate foliate mantling, below inscribed with the family names Coijet. and Van Loo, encircled by a foliate scroll work band, the rim with a blue-ground border reserved with floral scrollwork.
Armorial plates were often commissioned to commemorate a special event, such as a wedding. In the present plate, the two coats of arms symbolize the wedding between the Van Loo and Coijet families.
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