5 May 2004
(2) A white Delftware dish and an Italian maiolica candlestick
THE DISH 17TH CENTURY, THE DECORATION PROBABLY OF A LATER DATE, THE CANDLESTICK 19TH CENTURY, MARKED WITH A CROWING ROOSTER AND 25 FOR CANTAGALLI
The cushion-shaped dish inscribed in blue with the initials ERT and 1661, the candlestick painted in blue with the Medici Stemma
33.6 cm diam. (2)
W. Turner, Sotheby's, London, 2 november 1904.
Sir John Evans, Christie's, London, 14 February 1911.
Miss S. Minet.
Warren Baker, no.6.53.
With Mark & Marjorie Allen.
The present owner.
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L. Lipski and M. Archer et al, Dated English Delftware: Tin-glazed Earthenware 1600-1800, London, 1984, p. 42, no. 109 (unillustrated).
Cf. F. Britton, English Delftware in the Bristol Collection, London, 1982, p. 53, ill. 3.6 and Lipsky & Archer, ill. 98 for similarly shaped dishes.
'' ! '' :This Lot is imported from outside the EU. The Buyer's Premium is calculated as 30.505% of the hammer price up to a value of €110,000 plus 19.2% of any amount in excess of €110,000.
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