Vase or jar Date: ca. 1490–1500 Culture: Italian, probably Pesaro Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)
Porcelain Vase Gio Ponti 1928
Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1891-1979 'THE JOCKEYS' VASE, 1927
An Aldo Londi designed piece for Bitossi, Italy from the mid to late 1960's. Decorated in the "Cinese" [Chinese] range. The mottled, bubbled and textured green, copper-brown and blue glaze was inspired by ancient Chinese bronze vessels dug up in excavations or from the sea-bed. The base is a gilt glaze with bands of impressed swirl motifs. Signed on the base and with a Rosenthal-Netter paper label. This is a very rare piece and the type of glaze means that every piece is unique.
QUADRIFOGLIO - MILVIA - I TRE MOSCHETTIERI. On the reverse it is signed with the clover and P30 - 42. The P30 refers to the size of the plate: 30 cm across.
Richard Ginori, disegno Gio Ponti (1891-1979), Sesto Fiorentino, 1930 ca, Amazzone Vaso serie “Venatoria” in terracotta maiolicata. Dimensioni cm 29x16; altezza cm 35 Marchio e firma sotto la base
Richard Ginori, disegno Gio Ponti (1891-1979), Sesto Fiorentino, 1930 ca, Il trasporto del cervo Vaso serie “Venatoria” in terracotta maiolicata. Dimensioni cm 29x16; altezza cm 35 Marchio e firma sotto la base
Plate depicting the story of Perseus and Andromeda from the Isabella dEste service Italian (Urbino), Renaissance, about 1524 Painted by- Nicola da Urbino, Italian, active by 1520, died in 1537–38 Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica)
“Belle Donne” plate by Nicola Francioli 1520-25. lostpastremembered: February 2014
Beautiful Art Nouveau, Liberty style, vase by Galileo Chini, Italy.
Lucio Fontana; Concetto Spaziale, 1957.