16thc Spanish Hispano Moresque luster bowl--15.25 inches diameter and 5 inches deep=has been repaired-some glaze missing-has hooks to hang
17thc Spanish Hispano Moresque luster bowl-has tape on back to hang-no cracks-nicks to edge-and a small hole drilled to hang-7.5 inches diameter-2 inches deep
A small Hispano-Moresque dish with a coppery-lustre glaze decorated with a ragged carnation. Three spur marks to base. Single pierced hole for suspension. Diameter: 19.0 cm. Manises, 1700-1750.
Intact. Rubbing and chipping to rim.
16thc Spanish shipwreck olive jug that sunk in 1534-it was brought from the bottom of the sea September 1987 from Monte Christo Bay in Santo Domingo-it is from the ship Isabela that went down in 1534-piece was hand thrown-bears evidence of wear from salt water-has coral encrustations both on inside and outside-piece is complete with no repairs.-rare piece from the Spanish Main--17 inches high 12 inch-diameter at widest point
A Spanish polychrome tile decorated with a medallion of a house and garden. Approx. 13.5 cm. square . Seville, 1750-1800.
Minor edge chipping as shown.
Beautiful antique Hispano Moresque lustre dish, decorated with a large winged lion or griffin against a floral background, the reverse with lustre spiral, made circa 1880. The dish measures approximately 28 cm in diameter. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee, see my returns policy. The rim has three kiln spur marks to the rim, see photographs.
I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Four framed 16th century Spanish Tiles-Tiles are thick and designs are raised with each color applied separately in kiln-chips and expected wear-colors bright-in fine frame with tiles uniquely held by bronze center screw-12 inches by 12 inches framed-one tile does not the other three designs
A large Puente del Arzobispo blue and white pottery dish decorated with a pattern of concentric rings. Diameter: 37.0 cm. 1750-1800.
Riveted. Rim chip to reverse.
A smaller very similar dish is illustrated in Ray, Spanish Pottery, p. 192 (No. 353).
Beautiful hand turned, hand painted, glazed terra cotta tall Mexican vase-designed for long stemmed floral display--19.5 inches tall-very minor flecks-no repairs-great colors
Approx. 12" diameter. Cracks, defects.
Very rare Spanish 18thc blue white tile of St Leocardia-fine tile drawing is old master quality-inscription at base of tile--she is the patron saint of Toledo, Spain--inscribed at bottom ST LEOCARDIA PATRONA DE TOLEDO ANO 1780--piece has been set in concrete frame, so it should last another 300 years-- 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches--add .25 inch for frame-inch thick frame--best quality-academically drawn-piece has glass over tile that has crack--tile is not cracked
Four rare Spanish Andalusian blue and white tiles--over 300 years old-professionally mounted in mahogany frame-losses to surface-no repairs-13 inches by 13 inches-each tile is 4.5 inches wide and little over an inch thick--framed overall 1.5 inches deep--pieces mounted in plaster--can be dismounted by soaking frame in water--from local collection in Puerto Rico-fresh on market--the four tiles compose a single design
Very colorful late 18thc or early 19thc Spanish glazed terra cotta bowl-11.25 inch diameter and 2.5 inches deep-piece is hand painted-sides have lobes-colors and design striking- minor knicks to edges of glaze on rim-no repairs