This bowl with poly-lobed ears, or escudilla in Spanish, comes from Manises, a Hispano-Moorish city during the 16th century. It is made of lustre earthenware, a technique characteristic of the Hispano-Moorish region at that time, which consists of pottery covered with a metallic glaze. This escudilla has a four-register decoration of metallic tones divided by blue sections, whose tones and shapes are quite typical.
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12 000 €