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The Verwoerd Ceramics Studio (1949-1976) was certainly not the only Gouda pottery that has been started or revived after World War 2.Both the end of the war and a newly sprung supply of affordable electrically heated pottery kilns have caused a brief but impressive revival of the Gouda pottery industry.Verwoerd who admired Frans van Katwijk, and who held similar quality principles, had by then made an excellent name in this niche market.While the Verwoerd workshop remained faithful to the production of high quality hand painted Delft medallions until its closure in 1976, some other companies choose price or quantity for their main selling points.
The insert shows a small PZH trinket vase decorated by then 14 year old Cornelis Verwoerd in 1927, the year he became a PZH painter's apprentice.
The Van Katwijk Studio is known to have produced screen printed Delft stones as early as 1956.
Even Porceletti, that since long held a labor-saving approach towards painting, had moved fully to transfer printing by 1968.
Although some of larger plateel factories, like Zenith, and Schoonhoven, have ventured into the production of Delft pottery medallions for application in silver jewelry, only a few companies made it their core business.
Van Katwijk, who left Plateelbakkerij Schoonhoven after the war, pioneered this in 1946.