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A DUTCH MAIOLICA BOWL AND CHARGER
A DUTCH MAIOLICA BOWL AND CHARGER

2 MARK TO THE UNDERSIDE OF THE FIRST, LATE 17TH CENTURY

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A DUTCH MAIOLICA BOWL AND CHARGER 2 MARK TO THE UNDERSIDE OF THE FIRST, LATE 17TH CENTURY The first painted with a bull between sponged trees within a paired-dash rim, the underside with a lead glaze, the second with a mounted cavalier brandishing a sword and charging in a landscape between sponged trees, the undersides lead-glazed 12¼ in. (31.2 cm.) diameter, the charger; 8¾ in. (22.2 cm.) diameter, the bowl (2)
Provenance
With Garry Atkins, London (the first)
Haarland Collection, no. 92 (the second, as Brislington)

Lot Essay

See Tichelaar, p. 43, fig. 233 for a related charger.

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