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Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century
Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century - Porcelain & Faience Style Renaissance Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century - Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century - Renaissance Antiquités - Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century
Ref : 82913
14 000 €
Period :
<= 16th century
Provenance :
Italy
Medium :
Ceramic
Dimensions :
Ø 15.55 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century <= 16th century - Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century Renaissance - Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century
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Ceremonial dish in lustrous earthenware from Deruta, 1st third of the 16th century

Large ceremonial dish (piatto da pompa) in earthenware, with blue and yellow decoration, glossy, representing, in a rich vegetal border, Christ and Saint Thomas with the Latin inscription "Happy are those who have not seen but who believed". Provenance Nicolier, Paris (label on the back)
Old restorations.
Some comparable examples are known:
In the Adolf von Beckerath collection, Berlin, sale from 23 to 26 May 1916, n. 645.
Museum of the Renaissance of Ecouen, inv. SCL2062
Metropolitan Museum, New York
Mes Renaud and Giquello sale, Drouot, Paris, April 28, 2006
Gardiner Museum, inv. G83.1.335
Cluny Museum, inv. 2062. Cat. du Sommerard inv. 2895.
Victoria & Albert Museum. London.
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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