Rare pair of oval polychrome faience plaques from Castelli titled in a phylactery: "SERVITU" and "MATRIMONIO" representing the allegory of marriage for one and of servitude for the other in the guise of a woman each supporting a yoke on their shoulders, servitude with at its feet, a stork or a heron holding a snake in the beak, marriage with a restraint on the legs and a snake at its feet, against the backdrop of a wooded landscape - Based on two engravings by Cesari Giuseppe known as the Knight of Arpin around 1625. (see the reproduction of these two engravings) - Eighteenth century - In blackened and gilded wooden frames.
Set of six "Escudillas" winged bowls in lustrous Hispano-Moorish earthenware, each decorated with geometric patterns and stylized plants, covered with a metallic glaze - Sixteenth century
Round dish with polychrome decoration of three birds, one in flight chasing an insect, the other two on a central mound. They are surrounded by butterflies and insects and large flowering branches and blue nets on the edge - Eighteenth century.
Pretty pair of dishes decorated in enamels of the green family of two birds chasing an insect in flowering branches, marli decorated with insects in alternating reserves of red and gold flowers on a green background and border with coral and gold gadroons in relief - End of the 17th century - Beginning of the 18th century. Kangxi period (1662-1722) - Labels of the former Nicolier house - Quai Voltaire in Paris.
Sicilian majolica ball vase (Caltagirone or Gerace) with polychrome decoration of the portrait of a young woman in a bust in a medallion on a background called "A fiori" in the style of Venice - Seventeenth century.
Round dish on Deruta majolica heel with polychrome decoration with decoration of the Virgin and Child enthroned under a canopy. Seventeenth century.