This fabulous piece of Alpine European majolica in beautiful colors is decorated with a rose in relief. The 2-handled porcelain bowl, planter or Candy Dish was made in the beginning of the 20th Century (1900-1910) and is a perfect example of Alpine European Art Nouveau. Most likely it come from Austria. It is marked with the number 58. Just a gorgeous ceramic piece for every porcelain collector.
CONDITION: Very good condition. No repairs. Normal signs of wear. NO Chips or Cracks. PLEASE SEE PICTURES
SIZE: Circa 9" by 3 1/2" by 4 1/2" Inches
About Maiolica (the predecessor of Majolica):
Maiolica is Italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the Italian Renaissance. It is decorated in bright colours on a white background, frequently depicting historical and legendary scenes. By the late 15th century a number of centers, mainly smaller cities in north and central Italy, were producing sophisticated pieces for a luxury market all over Italy and beyond.
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