Thursday, 24 September 2015

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Bedeutender Wappenstein
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Wappenstein
Detailabbildung: Bedeutender Wappenstein

Bedeutender Wappenstein

Höhe: 59 cm.
Venedig, 14. Jahrhundert.

Catalogue price € 4.500 - 5.500 Catalogue price€ 4.500 - 5.500  $ 4,905 - 5,995
£ 3,960 - 4,840
元 34,965 - 42,735
₽ 381,510 - 466,290

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Further information on this artwork

Kalkstein, geschlagen. Geteiltes Wappenschild, auf dem Schildhaupt das Stadtwappen von Venedig (der geflügelte Markus-Löwenkopf), die Hauptstelle ziert das Wappen des 57. Dogen von Venedig Giovanni Dolfin (1365 - 1361, drei schwimmende Delfine). Dolfin gehörten zu den bedeutendsten und ältesten, den sogenannten apostolischen Familien Venedigs. Aus der Familie gingen vierzehn Prokuratoren und sechs Kardinäle hervor sowie als einziger Doge Giovanni Dolfin. Bekannt ist der später im 16. Jahrhundert erbaute Palazzo Dolfin am Canal Grande und der Rialtobrücke. Heute gehört das Gebäude der Nationalbank. Normale Alterssp., gereinigt. (1020591) (13)

Significant stone with coat of arms
Heigth: 59 cm.
Venice, 14th century.

Limestone, carved.
Divided coat of arms shield, on the main shield the Venice city coat of arms (the winged lion head of St Mark), the main body is decorated with the coat of arms of the 57th Doge of Venice, Giovanni Dolfin (1365 - 1361, three swimming dolphins). Normal signs of wear, cleaned.

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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