Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Distinguished Property from Osterrieth House in Antwerp
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620

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Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620
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Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620

Estimate:

1,500 - 2,000 GBP

Distinguished Property from Osterrieth House in Antwerp

Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620

Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620

Estimate:

1,500 - 2,000 GBP

Lot sold:

1,890

GBP

Description

Distinguished Property from Osterrieth House in Antwerp

Three Italian maiolica syrup jars, probably Montelupo or perhaps Venice, circa 1580 and circa 1620


each ovoid decorated in blue on a berettino ground with fruit and foliage reserved with inscribed banners above a circular cartouche painted with Santa Lucia, flanked by the initials .S. named for .S.D.POMIS.S.VIOLAT o. SIMPLI CF, and .A.D.CICORIA

the first: 21.5cm high, 8 3/8 in.; second: 26cm. high, 10 1/4 in.; third: 35cm. high, 13 3/4 in.

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Condition report

The smallest jar has a chip to the side of the spout, approx. 2cm. wide and 2cm. deep, and a small 1cm rim chip. Slight glaze flaking to handle and a minor chip to the upper edge of the footrim. The next larger jar in overall good condition: with some minor glaze flaking to the handle and the mask below the terminal. The tallest example with slightly different hint of blue and less precise painting: with a series of chips to the footrim below the cartouche, and a small chip to the rim, the rim slightly warped, some minor glaze flaking to the handle at the base scroll and very minor flaking to the lion mask below the handle


Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.


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Saleroom Notice

This lot is sold with no reserve. Please refer to the conditions of business on the website for information on lots sold with no reserve.

Catalogue note

Syrupus de Pomis (compositus Regis Saporis) is a syrup used as a purgative prepared with senna leaves, borage, apple juice and other ingredients. Syrupus Violato is a preparation of Violets. Aqua di Cichorium is a preparation of chicory, the roots, flowers, leaves and seeds are used in a variety of preparations.