Dating cantagalli pottery
More details LARGE ITALIAN CANTAGALLI BLUE AND WHITE, TIN GLAZED, BALUSTER SHAPED POTTERY VASE, having waved rim, entwined serpent hand and mask mounts, overall decorated with Classical figures in Italian landscapes in underglaze painted blue.
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(2) More details An assortment of collectable ceramics to include a Royal Ancastrian vase, 22.5cm high, a Copelands Spode blue and white twin handled vase, 19.5cm high, a cantagalli style moon flask upon two legs, 18cm high, a set of five Royal Worcester hand painted and florally decorated plates within a garland swag design, 22cm diameter, a Chinese blue and white vase, a Coalport cobalt blue batwing trio, a Shelley Versailles trio etc (Qty) More details An Italian majolica faience baluster vase, inscribed inside rim ' Fabbrica Cantagalli Firenze 1879', and cockerel symbol, decorated with twin tassel handles above satyr masks, a/f cracked and extensively restored, 38 by 40cm. to the neck in places, minor chips to extremities elsewhere.
More details Five assorted Cantagalli dishes comprising two decorated in blue and white with cherubs within Italianate landscapes, one with a cherub climbing a tree stump and two decorated with fruit, all with painted cockerel marks, diameter 14cm More details An early 20th Century Cantagalli teapot of compressed form decorated with floral sprays in tones of yellow with green foliage, painted cockerel mark, length 21cm together with a pair of early 20th Century Cantagalli coffee cups and saucers each decorated with hand painted mythical creatures and classical motif, painted cockerel marks, saucer diameter 12.5cm, cup height 6cm (5) More details Ulisse Cantagalli (1839-1901). More details Pair of Cantagalli two handled baluster shaped vases, each having polychrome decoration depicting birds and animals amongst rocks and foliage, each with painted marks, 15cm high Condition: One vase has section of rim broken out and restuck measuring approx 20mm x 10mm, the same vase has a couple of minor rim nibbles at top edge and glaze losses to the daces of the masks beneath the handles and nibbles to the foot, the other vase has a firing fault to the rim where the glaze has not quite taken measuring approx 8mm in diameter, foot rim is chipped in a couple of points, the largest being approx 20mm x 8mm in height - **General condition consistent with age More details A late 19th Century colourful Cantagalli Majolica porcelain Wall Plaque, with two candle sconce modelled as dragons heads, a central painted sepia portrait, the sides decorated with fruit, and surmounted by eagle head and wings, 47cms (18 1/2") high.
At the end of the 1300’s new forms and designs appeared in Venice, such as palmettes, lozenges, birds and animals.
Towards the mid 1500’s a more refined style emerged using human figures ( mostly on vases for engagement and wedding gifts ).
In 1301 there were already many Venetian potters and they formed a corporation called ” Capitolare dell Arte ” of the ” Scutelari de piera ” This later become known as the Bochaleri and was also traditionally known as the Vasai del Leone ” ( the potters of St.
Mark’s Lion ) In the 13th and 14th Centuries, Venetian pottery displayed distinctive geometric plant motifs, either hand painted or scratched using grafitto techniques.
Many workshops run by artists flourished producing wall plates and other majolica wares depicting historical figures and scenes.
A pair of absolutely incredible smoking pipe trays with cork tappers, Italian, dating from. View realised cantagalli auction prices from 505 auction lots.. examples is Italian Pottery Marks from Cantagalli to Fornasetti, 1850 to 1950,. Dawess ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisal of this Cantagalli Italian Istoriato Majolica Vase, ca. Find great deals on e Bay for Cantagalli in Italian Pottery. Maiolica, also called Majolica1 is Italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the Renaissance period.