21 October 2015
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE WEST COAST COLLECTION
A VIENNA STYLE PORCELAIN CLARET-GROUND CHARGER, 'VERSTOSSUNG DER HAGAR'
LATE 19TH CENTURY, BLUE BEEHIVE MARK, BLACK PAINTED RBI 6657, SIGNED WAGNER
Finely painted after A. Van der Werff with Abraham, Isaac and Sarah, banishing Hagar and Ishmael, within gilt scrollwork and foliate bands
19 in. (48.2 cm.) diameter, excluding the giltwood frame
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