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Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza

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Bedeutender Majolika-Teller der Manufaktur Faenza

Durchmesser: 24,5 cm.
Erstes Drittel, 16. Jahrhundert.

Catalogue price € 15.000 - 25.000 Catalogue price€ 15.000 - 25.000  $ 16,350 - 27,250
£ 13,200 - 22,000
元 116,550 - 194,250
₽ 1,271,700 - 2,119,500

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Further information on this artwork

Runder, tiefer Teller. Umlaufend dekoriert mit Grotesken, Cherubinen, Delfinen, Rosetten, Ranken- und Fruchtdekor sowie Füllhörnern in Hellblau und Weiß auf dunkelblauem Fond, sog. Ornament "A Berettino". Im kleinen Zentrum die Darstellung eines Weisen mit gelbem Turban, langem Bart und gelbem Umhang über dem Gewand, in den Händen ein Buch haltend. Die Rückseite des Tellers mit Blüten- und Rankenmalerei in Dunkelblau auf hellblauem Fond. Sammlungs-inventarnummern.

Zustand:
Ein sehr feiner Haarriss. Sonst einwandfrei und nicht rest.

Literatur:
Vgl. Tjark Hausmann, Fioritura, Blütezeit der Majolika. Eine Berliner Sammlung, Berlin, 2001, Nr. 40, S. 106.
Vgl. Giovanni Conti, L'Arte della Maiolica in Italia, Mailand, 1973, Nr. 129/ 130, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Vgl. Bernard Rackham, Italian Maiolica, London, 1963, Nr. 57A.
Vgl. Jeanne Giacomotti, Catalogues des Majoliques des Musées Nationaux, Musées du Louvre et de Cluny, Paris, 1974, Nr. 295ff, S. 77. (8805022)


An Important Maiolica Plate from the Manufacture Faenza
Diameter: 24.5 cm.
First third of the 16th century.

A deep and round plate. The entire plate is decorated with grotesques, cherubs, dolphins, rosettes, tendril and fruit designs as well as light blue and white cornucopias on a dark blue fond, the so-called ornament "A Berettino." In the small center is pictured a wise man with a yellow turban, a long beard, and a yellow cloak over his garment. Holding a book in his hands. Dark blue foliage and tendrils on a light blue fond are painted on the back of the plate. With inventory numbers of a collection. Condition: small hairline crack. Otherwise flawless and no restorations.

Literature:
Cf. Tjark Hausmann, Fioritura, Blütezeite der Majolika. A collection from Berlin, Berlin, 2001, no. 40. pg. 106.
Cf. Giovanni Conti, L'Arte della Maiolica in Italia, Milan 1973, no. 129/130, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Cf. Bernard Rackham, Italian Maiolica, London 1963, no. 57A.
Cf. Jeanne Giacomotti, Catalogue des majoliques des musées nationaux, Musées du Louvre et de Cluny, Paris 1974, no. 295 et seqq., pg. 77.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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