AN HISPANO-MORESQUE COPPER-LUSTRE AND BLUE ARMORIAL DISH
AN HISPANO-MORESQUE COPPER-LUSTRE AND BLUE ARMORIAL DISH

CIRCA 1480-1500, VALENCIA

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AN HISPANO-MORESQUE COPPER-LUSTRE AND BLUE ARMORIAL DISH
CIRCA 1480-1500, VALENCIA
Painted with a coat-of-arms of a lion rampant within a shield-shaped cartouche, within a broad border of concentric dot-and-stalk bands, the reverse painted with continuous scrolling fern leaves, the border pierced with two holes, slight restoration to rim and minor rubbing
17¼ in. (43.9 cm.) diameter
Provenance
Anonymous sale, Christie's London, 4 December 1962, lot 49.

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A similar armorial dish is discussed in Anthony Ray, Spanish Pottery 1248-1898, London 2000, p. 92, no. 197.

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