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Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century
Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century - Porcelain & Faience Style French Regence Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century - Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century - French Regence
Ref : 89949
5 500 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
Italie
Medium :
Earthenware
Dimensions :
l. 6.89 inch X H. 9.45 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century 18th century - Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century French Regence - Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century
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Pair of Castelli plaques "Marriage and Servitude" - Eighteenth century

Rare pair of oval polychrome faience plaques from Castelli titled in a phylactery: "SERVITU" and "MATRIMONIO" representing the allegory of marriage for one and of servitude for the other in the guise of a woman each supporting a yoke on their shoulders, servitude with at its feet, a stork or a heron holding a snake in the beak, marriage with a restraint on the legs and a snake
at its feet, against the backdrop of a wooded landscape. Based on two engravings by Cesari Giuseppe known as the Knight
of Arpin around 1625. (see the reproduction of these two engravings)
Eighteenth century
In blackened and gilded wooden frames.
High with the frame: 24 and 24.5cm - Without the frame: 19 and 19.8cm Width with the frame: 17.5 and 17.7cm
Without the frame: 13.3 and 13.5cm
Excellent condition.
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