With their bold colours and strong lines, these wares produced chiefly between the 15th and 17th centuries have been collectable almost since the day they were first produced, says our specialist Sara Plumbly. The mark is not Cantagalli but rather Galvani. This company was in business from to It is best known for its tableware rather than art pottery. Last week a new friend, Anne, wrote a comment in our blog requesting some info on Cantagalli.
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There are lots that match your search criteria. View realised cantagalli auction prices from auction lots. areas of restoration. More details. Live Auction; Date: 01/06/ Lot Image No Image. Ulisse d.
Maiolicaalso called Majolica is Italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the Renaissance period. It is decorated in colours on a white background, sometimes depicting historical and mythical scenes, these works known as istoriato wares "painted with stories". The name is thought to come from the medieval Italian word for Majorcaan island on the route for ships bringing Hispano-Moresque wares from Valencia to Italy. Moorish potters from Majorca are reputed to have worked in Sicily and it has been suggested that their wares reached the Italian mainland from Caltagirone .
There are lots that match your search criteria. Cantagalli produced highly decorative Italian ceramics in the Renaissance style. He devoted his artistic energy to the understanding of the techniques and the. Thank you for your interest in helping us moderate questionable content on Lulu.
Ulisse d. LARGE-ITALIAN-ART-POTTERY-VASE-CANTAGALLI Renaissance Fashion, . MAJOLIQUE ITALIENNE (URBINO) DU XVIEME SIECLE LE REVERS DATE.
Factory: Factory of Ulisse Cantagalli (Italian, –). Date: late 19th century. Culture: Italian, Florence Classification: Ceramics-Pottery. Credit Line: Gift of.
Sale Date: April 17, Auction Closed. A Cantagalli maiolica pottery twin- handled vase. Cantagalli. A Cantagalli maiolica pottery twin-handled vase.