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Small Castelli plaque

Small Castelli plaque, 18th century of the back of seated Pan by two sheep with his pipes in the foreground by a fountain facing a fortified building on an island in the distance, diameter: width: 6 1/4in. 16cm. Height: 4 1/2in. 11.5cm. (Ref: V841)

Small Castelli plaque

Period: 18th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Italian maiolica apothecary pill pot and cover

(Ref X634) Italian maiolica apothecary pill pot and cover, Castel Durante, circa 1575, with the label .P. ANTICO around the rim, decorated with a queen holding a sceptre, background decoration of ochre and blue, height: 6 in. 15.3cm. condition: restoration to rim and portion of rim glaze restored, knop and chips to cover neatly restored. For similar decoration see V&A Salting Bequest C.2268-1910 and see Rudolf F. A. Drey \'Apothecary Jars\' 1978, plate 24B p61

Italian maiolica apothecary pill pot and cover

Period: 16th Century | Category: Ceramics
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German Westerwald stoneware tankard with pewter cover, 18th century

German Westerwald stoneware tankard with pewter cover, 18th century, decorated in blue and manganese, with moulded bands of decoration, cover with ball thumbpiece, height excluding cover: 6 3/8in., 16.2; condition: small chip to top of handle. (Ref: Y348)

German Westerwald stoneware tankard with pewter cover, 18th century

Period: 18th Century | Category: Barware
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Y714 English Delft blue and white drug jar, London, 18th century

English Delft blue and white drug jar, London, 18th century, of bulbous form, with the label C:LUJULAE (conditum of wood-sorrel) surmounted by a basket of fruit and two songbirds, with a cherub and tassels below, height: 7in., 17.9cm; condition: two pieces out of rim re-stuck, two chips to footrim. For a similar jar see Hudosn, \'English Delftware Drug Jars\', p. 188, Cat 155.

Y714 English Delft blue and white drug jar, London, 18th century

Period: 18th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer

Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with bands containing branches of flowers, sprays of flowers and lotus petals, with a face under the spout wearing a headdress which according to Howard resembles an American Indian type, the shape based on European metal or faience ewers, height: 7 1/2in. 19cm, condition: fritting to rim and handles. For a similar ewer at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, see Jorg \'Famille Verte: Chinese Porcelain in Green Enamels\' (2011) p. 150, i. 146., David Howard & John Ayers, \'China for the West\', p. 117, illustration 91. (Ref: Y148)

Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer

Period: 17th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Castel Durante Crespina c1560

Castel Durante Crespina c1560, painted by Georgio Picci with Susannah and the Elders, the reverse inscribed f hnechi f Susanna, diameter: 24.5cm. A group of Castel Durante wares have been identified as the work of this artist. The composition of this dish is typical of his style and also the three crosses in the foreground are seen as being a hall-mark of his work. Due to recent research it is now thought that Andreas Da Negroponte commissioned work by Georgio Picci and is not as originally thought the artist. (Ref: A3719)

Castel Durante Crespina c1560

Period: 16th Century | Category: Ceramics
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A Bohemian amber glass cup and cover

(Ref: D245) A Bohemian amber glass cup and cover, 19th century, engraved on one side with a Danish inscription and on the other side with a building in Bredgade, Copenhagen, circa 1860, height: 14in. 35.5 cm, 14 inches

A Bohemian amber glass cup and cover

Period: 19th Century | Category: Glass
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Chinese octagonal \'tobacco leaf\' platter, Qianlong (1736-95)

Chinese octagonal \'tobacco leaf\' platter, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with tropical foliage with hibiscus and passion flowers, width: 14 1/4in. 36.3cm. Height: 11 1/4, 28.8cm. (Ref: X460)

Chinese octagonal \'tobacco leaf\' platter, Qianlong (1736-95)

Period: 18th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Y839 Chinese blue and white \'Hatcher Cargo\' ginger jar and drum-shaped cover, Shunzhi period (1644-46)

Chinese blue and white \'Hatcher Cargo\' ginger jar and drum-shaped cover, Shunzhi period (1644-46), decorated with two leaf-shaped reserves containing a qilin and a phoenix against a cracked-ice ground with scrolling foliage and lotus flowers, the cover with scrolling stylized foliage, lotus flowers and lozenges, with Christie\'s label to base, height: 10 1/8in., 25.8cm; condition: hairline and fritting to cover. Provenance: From the Hatcher Collection; sold at Christie\'s Amsterdam 12-13th June 1984. The Hatcher Cargo (1643-1646) was recovered from the wreck of a Chinese junk in the South China seas port of Batavia (today Jakarta), where Chinese cargoes were transhipped to Dutch East Indiamen for their journey to Europe. In 1983 Captain Michael Hatcher and his crew brought up around 25,000 pieces of unbroken porcelain from the Hatcher junk, many of which were sold at Christies Amsterdam. A date for the cargo was established by the existence in the find of two pieces with the Chinese cyclical date of 1643. Two similar ginger jars are illustrated in Sheaf, Colin and Kilburn, Richard, The Hatcher Porcelain Cargoes: The Complete Record, (Christie’s Ltd. 1988), p. 51, pl. 63.

Y839 Chinese blue and white \'Hatcher Cargo\' ginger jar and drum-shaped cover, Shunzhi period (1644-46)

Period: Ming Period | Category: Ceramics
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French Clichy glass paperweight, 19th century

French Clichy glass paperweight, 19th century, a spaced millefiore in clear glass, set with six cane wreaths made up of star-rod bundles surrounding a central cane wreath with a pastry-mold cane in the centre, diameter approx.: 3in., 7.8cm. The Clichy Factory was founded in 1830s France.

French Clichy glass paperweight, 19th century

Period: 19th Century | Category: Collectables
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