This rectangular porcelain desk arranger commemorates the 100 years reign of the Dutch Royal House. After Napoleon was defeated, Willem I returned to the Netherlands in 1813 and established a constitutional monarchy. A century after the establishment of the monarchy in 1913, Queen Wilhelmina was the fourth ruler of the Netherlands. This desk arranger is made up of three pieces: A monolith in the centre with the Dutch Royal Coat of Arms at the bottom and a wreath of orange leaves tied by a ribbon showing the colours of the Dutch flag with the dates “1813” and “1913” in gold in relief at the top. On the back of the monolith is a shield with a golden lion rampant on a blue field, which is the personal Coat of Arms of all Dutch Kings and Queens. The square container on the left of the monolith has a white relief bust of King Willem I on a gold background on the front and a relief inscription “Willem I” in gold on the back. The square container on the right of the monolith has a white relief bust of Queen Wilhelmina on a gold background on the front and a relief inscription “Wilhelmina” in gold on the back. The whole arranger rests on eight feet and has an underglaze blue mark of a rose on a shield and the monogram “RMR” with the number 5188 impressed on the base. This ceramic piece was made in Germany by Max Roesler of Rodach.