Auction Maiolica

» reset

Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor
Detailabbildung: Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor

421
Majolika-Schale mit Lüsterdekor

Durchmesser: 20,8 cm.
Deruta/ Umbrien, um 1520.

Catalogue price € 7.000 - 9.000 Catalogue price€ 7.000 - 9.000  $ 8,400 - 10,800
£ 6,300 - 8,100
元 54,040 - 69,480
₽ 603,330 - 775,710

You would like to sell a similar artwork in auction?

Consign now Private Sale Service FAQ


Your consignments are always welcome.

Our staff will be happy to personally assist you every step of the way. We look forward to your call.
Get in touch with our experts

 

Further information on this artwork

Weißgrundige Schale mit breitem Rand. Von einem zentralen Stern ausgehender Dekor in Blau und Gold-Lüster in Form von stilisierten Pfauenaugen. Am Rand Haarriss, kleinerer Chip und Glasurabsplitterungen.

Anmerkung:
Zur Diskussion vgl. Timothy Wilson und E. Sani, "Le maioliche rinascimentali nelle Collezioni della Fondazione Cassa di Rispatrmio di Perugia", 2007, Bd. II. S. 90 - 93, Nr. 93. Sani bemerkt, dass Werke dieser Art in der Regel undekorierte und unbeschriftete Rückseiten in Zinn-Glasur besitzen.

Literatur:
Für ein Stück in ähnlicher Form in Cambridge, vgl. Julia Poole, "Italian maiolica and incised slipware in the Fitzwilliam Museum", Cambridge, 1995, S. 171, Nr. 242. (8910312)


A Maiolica Bowl with Luster Ornaments
Diameter: 20.8 cm.
Deruta/ Umbria, circa 1520.
A small hairline crack to the rim, a small chip and enamel spalling.

Note:
For the discussion cf. Timothy Wilson and E. Sani, "Le maioliche rinascimentali nelle Collezioni della Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia," 2007, vol. II. pg. 90 - 93, no. 93. Sani remarks that this type of work is usually undecorated and unlabeled in the tin enamel on the back.

Literature:
A piece in a similar shape is in Cambridge cf. Julia Poole, "Italian maiolica and incised slipware in the Fitzwilliam Museum," Cambridge, 1995, pg. 171, no. 242.

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.

 

HAMPEL FINE ART AUCTIONS — one of the leading auction houses in Europe