|The usual decorative plates, all hand painted.|
|The "Night Watchmen" in ceramics. A small copy available to you for 20,000 Euro.|
|My personal favorite.|
|A period setting.|
|It takes 10 years to become a master painter.|
Delft street art.
The town has three churches, one Catholic and two Dutch Reform. The Catholics were left alone in Delft during the reformation and they settled around their church. The area became known as the Pope's Corner.
The Catholic church is much more ornate and has a particularly interesting carving on the pulpit. One scene shows St Francis negotiating with the Sultan of Egypt. It is the only known depiction of an Islam person in a Catholic Church.
The "New Church" is centuries old and is where the Dutch Royal Family is buried. The "Old Church" is older and has some interesting tombstones.
|The Catholic Church is more ornate.|
|St Francis and the Sultan.|
|"New Church" does sport a new stained glass window.|
|Tomb of William of Orange.|
|"Old Church" stained glass window.|
|Interesting tomb decoration.|