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  • Marbled ceramic [1]
  • Glazed Ceramic [4]
  • Terracotta [1]

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17 cm 68 cm

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Pair of Horses Glazed Ceramic Europe 1960s-1970s
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Pair of Horses Glazed Ceramic Europe 1960s-1970s

Europe, 1960s-1970s

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Pair of Horses Glazed Ceramic Europe 1960s-1970s

Europe, 1960s-1970s

Glazed ceramic sculpture on a wooden base depicting a pair of horses. Anonymous author.

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187.00€

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Capodimonte Revival Chandelier Glazed Ceramic Italy 20th Century
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Capodimonte Revival Chandelier Glazed Ceramic Italy 20th Century

20th Century / 1901 - 2000

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Capodimonte Revival Chandelier Glazed Ceramic Italy 20th Century

20th Century / 1901 - 2000

Capodimonte revival chandelier with 6 lights; glazed ceramic.

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117.00€

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Pair of Emperor's Busts and Columns Ceramic T. Barbi 1970s
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Pair of Emperor's Busts and Columns Ceramic T. Barbi 1970s

Italy, 1970s

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Pair of Emperor's Busts and Columns Ceramic T. Barbi 1970s

Italy, 1970s

Pair of ceramic busts of Roman Emperors resting on ceramic columns, produced by Tommaso Barbi in the 1970s. Columns with hexagonal base in white glazed ceramic adorned with gold profiles, shaft imitating red breccia marble; busts portraying the emperors Hadrian and a young Octavian, both taken from a pair of busts preserved in the Uffizi in Florence. Faces and bases in terracotta, clothing in white glazed ceramic with cloak to recall the marble of the shaft. Columns marked "b ceramiche per Tommaso Barb. made in Italy" under the base.

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Anceint Altar Ming Era (1368-1644) Enamelled Ceramic Sancai
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Anceint Altar Ming Era (1368-1644) Enamelled Ceramic Sancai

China, Ming Era (1368-1644)

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Anceint Altar Ming Era (1368-1644) Enamelled Ceramic Sancai

China, Ming Era (1368-1644)

Finely modeled Sancai glazed pottery altar table from the Ming dynasty, in every detail. The table is set with several offering plates. The offerings are meticulously rendered, with engraved detail and bright ochre, green and brown pigment. Such terracotta arrangements would have been made for burial purposes, buried with the deceased in the belief that they could enjoy their favorite foods in the afterlife. Ming era China.

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260.00€

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