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Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio, Florenz, um 1480

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Majolika-Doppelhenkel-Vase aus der Werkstatt des Giunta di Tugio,
Florenz, um 1480

Höhe: 20 cm.
Florenz, 15. Jahrhundert, um 1480.

Catalogue price € 35.000 - 45.000 Catalogue price€ 35.000 - 45.000  $ 42,000 - 54,000
£ 31,500 - 40,500
元 270,200 - 347,400
₽ 3,016,650 - 3,878,550

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Further information on this artwork

Gebauchter Körper mit seitlichen Bandhenkeln. Rungsum dekoriert mit Vogel- und Eichlaubdekor in Dunkelblau und Mangan auf hellem Fond. Altersbedingte Abplatzungen der Glasur.

Provenienz:
Sammlung Bondi, Florenz.

Literatur:
Vgl. Jeanne Giacomotti, Catalogue des majoliques des musées nationaux, Paris, 1974, Nr. 33, S. 13.
Vgl. Giovanni Conti, L'arte della Maiolica in Italia, Mailand 1973, Abb. 31 - 37.
Vgl. Bernard Rackham, Italian Maiolica, London, Tafel 4. (881988)


A Maiolica Two-Handle Vase
from the workshop of Giunta di Tugio, Florence, circa 1480
Height: 20 cm.
Florence, 15th century, circa 1480.
A bulbous body with side handles. Surrounded by dark blue and manganese bird and oak leaf garland decoration on a light fond.

Condition:
Age-related chips in the enamel.
Provenance:
Collection of Bondi, Florence.

Literature:
Cf. Jeanne Giacomotti, Catalogue des majoliques des musées nationaux, Paris, 1974, Nr. 33, Pg. 13.
Cf. Giovanni Conti, L'arte della Maiolica in Italia, Mailand, 1973, Fig. 31 - 37.
Cf. Bernard Rackham, Italian Maiolica, London, Plate 4.

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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