11 June 2010
AN ITALIAN MAIOLICA ALBARELLO
Of waisted cylindrical form on domed foot, painted in blue with a landscape reserved within a rocaille cartouche issuing flowers and painted in shades of yellow, ochre, green and manganese, the reverse inscribed in black 'I,P,'
9 5/8 in. (24.4 cm.) high
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