1) The Porceleyne Fles factory in Delft made a 2 different polychrome plates for the inauguration of Queen Wilhelmina, both hand painted. Neither went into production.
2) Carel lion Cachet who was the chief designer for the Distel factory from 1911 until 1938, designed a plate for the silver jubilee of Queen Wilhelmina. This design was made in various colours but never went into production. Only a few plates are known to exist (info from the Goedewaagen museum).
3) The owner of Polmann Art Galley situated in the city of Nijmegen We have in our collections a few items made with the intention of putting these not general production for sale to the general public. Following the trial it was decided not to put them into production because they were to labour intensive to make.commissioned plates and beakers for several Royal occasions. These two beakers made for the silver jubilee of Queen Wilhelmina were hand painted and were decided too expensive to make, thus were never offered for sale in the gallery.
informatiebron: Keramisch Goedewaagen museum
- L Cachet plate in blue, green and yellow