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Dutch delft blue and white charger, circa 1700, decorated in the Chinese 'transitional’ style with figures and an attendant within a fenced garden with stylised pine trees and flowering plants, the reverse with ‘GK [Gerrit Pietersz Kam, owner of Drie Posteleyne Astonne 1679-1700].
With an old collector’s description dated 1734.
This dish was made in the factory: De drie Posteleyne Astonne ( 1655-1804.)
The mark 'GK'stands for Gerrit Kam who took ownership in 1679.
The information in your link is correct.
Have a nice day, Edwin. Ps. Your dish can be dated: 1680/90.