22 April 2008
A PAVIA SAUCER
CIRCA 1700, MANGANESE AF MONOGRAM BELOW A CROWN, MALTESE CROSS AND CROSSED PALMS
Painted with two figures beside a fallen column and a monumental urn on a plinth in an arched dilapidated interior with a statue in a niche on the right and a view of a mountainous landscape through arches on the left (broken through and restuck, minute flaking to rim)
4 3/8 in. (11.2 cm.) diam.
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