27 May 1999
A quantity of Alcora maiolica dishes
Third quarter of the 18th Century
Variously painted in manganese, ochre, yellow, blue and green with stylised buildings and ruins in landscapes, fruiting trees, bouquets of flowers and other stylised motifs, all within shaped rims, comprising: six dinner-plates; a platter; and an oval stand (rim chips, cracks and flakes) (6)
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Cf. 'Las Lozas de Talavera y Puente, Siglos XVI al XX', Exhibition Catalogue (Madrid and Toledo 1989), no. 94.
There are four dinner-plates and not six as stated in the catalogue. In addition, there is a chip to the rim of one plate which is not stated in the catalogue.
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