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THE COLLECTION OF A NOBLE LADY.

A pair of Italian maiolica armorial wet drug jars, Montelupo, circa 1560
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THE COLLECTION OF A NOBLE LADY.

A pair of Italian maiolica armorial wet drug jars, Montelupo, circa 1560
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A pair of Italian maiolica armorial wet drug jars, Montelupo, circa 1560
with mythical beast handles, painted with coats of arms of two stars, fesse and a fleur de lys, probably those of Stepazola of Verona, among grotteschi within robbiana bands on a ground of 'Persian palmettes',
數量: 2
40cm., 15 3/4 in. and 40.5cm., 16in. high
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Large pharmacy jars of this type were one of the most enduring forms in production at Montelupo. Examples were included in the set for the Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, painted with grotteschi and the arms of the Dominican Order; and the Pharmacy of the Convent of San Marco, Florence, with portrait medallions of Saints, a  jar from this set was sold, Sotheby's London, 21st February 1989, lot 17 and three further jars are illustrated in the Bargello collection catalogue, Museo Nazionale di Firenze, Florence 1971, nos 78, 83 and 85. A jar painted with the arms of the Cappuccini family was sold at Sotheby's Florence, 17th October 1969, lot 80; A further jar with an unidentified coat-of arms of two rampant lions and a crescent moon with similar grotteschi was sold at Sotheby's London, 23rd April 1974, lot 39 (both as Cafaggiolo.)

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