Exceptional large earthenware vase from Talavera de la Reina decorated with bird hunting scenes, It belongs to a group called "From the Polychrome series" with a flared neck decorated on each side with a wading bird surrounded by bushes. This vase is decorated with two engravings by Jan Collaert published in Antwerp in 1578 based on original drawings by the 16th century Flemish painter Van der Straet (alias Stradanus) (1523-1605) This exceptional vase is probably a special order from a high figure in the palace-monastery of the Escurial. Large vases of this so-called polychrome series comparable to ours can be found at the Metropolitan in New York, the Museum of Decorative Arts in...
Large shoe-shaped hand warmer in Caltagirone majolica with polychrome decoration in blue, yellow and green - End of the seventeenth century Beginning of the eighteenth century
Cup on pedestal known as crespina in Deruta majolica in gadrooned shape with decoration in the center in blue camaïeu of buildings in a cartouche, surrounded by polychrome motif with raffaellesche, concentric circles in blue and yellow on the reverse - Seventeenth century
Pitcher with pinched neck earthenware from Deruta or Pesaro with polychrome decoration depicting Saint Anthony holding a book with one hand and a lily with the other, the neck decorated with a grotesque figure - Seventeenth century
Pair of Savona earthenware dishes in blue monochrome decorated in full for one of a winged fauna sitting playing the drum accompanied by two loves on a mountainous landscape, the other decorated with two seated women and a love also on the background of mountainous landscape. Brand with coat of arms on the reverse - End of the seventeenth century - Beginning of the eighteenth century.
Manisès - Round hollow dish with Hispano-Moorish decor with metallic reflections, decorated with stylized half-leaves Reverse decorated with patterns called "licorice leaves" - Seventeenth century - Similar model: Catalog of the National Museum of the Middle Ages of Cluny "Hispanic ceramics 12th - 18th century" Page 123 - N ° 85
Savona earthenware plate with flat wing decorated in blue monochrome with a bird perched on a building, branches and stylized patterns - Brand with coat of arms on the reverse. End of the seventeenth century - Beginning of the eighteenth century.
Höchst - Porcelain covered mustard pot with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers, fruit-shaped, silver mount. Marked on the wheel in red. Excellent condition - Eighteenth century - circa 1750 - 1763
Delft - Pair of plates in full blue camaieu in the style of the Far East, birds over a fence and large flowering branches. Early eighteenth century.
Meissen - porcelain statuettes Pair representative "Harlequin and Columbine" sitting on rocks. Harlequin wearing a vest decorated with playing cards on background tiles and color stripes, playing the bagpipes, Columbine playing the hurdy-gurdy, polychrome and gold. J.J model Kandler - Eighteenth century - 1745