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A Milan armorial soup-plate and a Faenza (Ferniani) pale-blue-ground oval dish

CIRCA 1770, THE FIRST PROBABLY RUBATI

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A Milan armorial soup-plate and a Faenza (Ferniani) pale-blue-ground oval dish
Circa 1770, the first probably Rubati
The first painted in colours, outlined in black and lightly enriched in gilding, the central crowned quartered arms flanked by flags and martial trophies within a border of three loose bouquets and butterflies, the Faenza dish painted in underglaze blue, yellow and iron-red with pagodas on rocky river islands within an ogival cartouche, the well with scrolling foliage ornament, within a border of three groups of trailing flowers
8¼ in. (21 cm.) diam. and 9½ in. (24 cm.) wide (2)
Provenance
S.A.R. Emanuel Filiberto of Savoy, Duke of Aosta (printed collector's label).
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