7 October 2008,
Price realised GBP 5,250
GBP 2,500 - GBP 3,500
A KUTAHYA SAUCER DISH
OTTOMAN ANATOLIA, 18TH CENTURY
Of shallow form on short foot, with white interior painted in green, yellow, bole-red, manganese and black with a central depiction of a standing woman with long cloak, hat and long hair with one arm held upright and holding flowers, surrounded on either side with floral sprays, with border of two grey lines, intact
5 7/8in. (15cm.) diam.
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Please note that this dish corresponds with the image labelled 444.
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