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A MAIOLICA CHARGER, LATE 16TH CENTURY/EARLY 17TH CENTURY
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A MAIOLICA CHARGER LATE 16TH CENTURY/EARLY 17TH CENTURY, ITALIAN URBINO OR FRENCH, NEVERSPainted with a round panel of Amphitrite and Cupid and reserved on a broad grotteschi ground, paper label verso Christie's, March 29, 1889, 48.5cm diameterCf. The Met Museum, Rogers Fund, 1904, Accession Number: 04.9.3Provenance:Douglas Murray, 33 Grosvenor Square, London Sold Christie's, 'The Property of a Well-Known Collector', 29 March, 1889, lot 171Bought by Ludwig Messel and thence by descent at 104 Lancaster Gate until inherited by Oliver Messel in 1960Supplied by Oliver Messel to Frederick and Phyliss Watkins for Flaxley Abbey
Condition
This has historic rivetted repairs and has been put back together having been in half a dozen pieces.
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A MAIOLICA CHARGER, LATE 16TH CENTURY/EARLY 17TH CENTURY

Estimate £800 - £1,200
Oct 03, 2022
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Starting Price £10
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0128: A MAIOLICA CHARGER, LATE 16TH CENTURY/EARLY 17TH CENTURY
Sold for £12,50035 Bids
Est. £800 - £1,200Starting Price £10
The Collection formerly from Flaxley Abbey
Oct 03, 2022 5:30 AM EDT
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Lot 0128 Details
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A MAIOLICA CHARGER LATE 16TH CENTURY/EARLY 17TH CENTURY, ITALIAN URBINO OR FRENCH, NEVERSPainted with a round panel of Amphitrite and Cupid and reserved on a broad grotteschi ground, paper label verso Christie's, March 29, 1889, 48.5cm diameterCf. The Met Museum, Rogers Fund, 1904, Accession Number: 04.9.3Provenance:Douglas Murray, 33 Grosvenor Square, London Sold Christie's, 'The Property of a Well-Known Collector', 29 March, 1889, lot 171Bought by Ludwig Messel and thence by descent at 104 Lancaster Gate until inherited by Oliver Messel in 1960Supplied by Oliver Messel to Frederick and Phyliss Watkins for Flaxley Abbey
Condition
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This has historic rivetted repairs and has been put back together having been in half a dozen pieces.
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