31 March 2008
A GOTHA ORANGE-GROUND COFFEE-CAN AND SAUCER
CIRCA 1820, UNDERGLAZE BLUE R., SCRIPT G AND 1. MARKS
The front with a bust-length Saint with a palm frond among clouds against an orange-ground lower part below a border of blue and pink flowers, the reverse with an angular handle, the saucer with a river landscape within a circular roundel and similar ground and border (area of wear to well of saucer)
Anon., sale Christie's, 28th March 1983, lot 78.
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Ian Lowe, Il Valore delle Porcellane Europe, Catalogue of the Collection of Roberto Valenriani and Daniela di Castro (Torino, 1985), p. 63. pl. 1.
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