19th November 2020
An Italian maiolica albarello, probably Deruta, 17th/18th century, of dumbbell shape, polychrome painted with a laurel wreath centred by a vacant/blank label surmounted by a cross against a yellow ground, height 16cm (minor faults), together with a later albarello painted in blue with a depiction of Margaret of Cortona within a yellow frame, height 19.5cm (cracked), and a Dutch style jar and cover (cover extensively glued). Provenance: from the collection of the late Professor Maurice Stacey.
Hammer price: £260
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