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Articles on Antique European Ceramics and Works of Art - Guest and Gray

Articles on Antique European Ceramics and Works of Art

Introduction to Antique Meissen Porcelain

• Anthony Gray

Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730 SOLD Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730 SOLD ...


History of Antique English Delft Drug Jars

• Professor Richard Ramsden

Pair of English delft drug jars, 18th century Delftware is a type of tin glazed blue and white pottery that, as its name suggests, originated in the Low Countries and was produced from...


Antique Russian Icons

• A collector

The term ‘Russian icon’ usually conjures an image of icons painted (‘written’) on wood. But icons cast (‘poured’) in copper, bronze or brass, often enamelled in colours, arguably constitute ...


Antique Italian Maiolica

• Anthony Gray

Italian maiolica Castelli plate, mid 18th c. Italian maiolica Castelli plate, mid 18th c. ...


Antique Spanish Hispano-Moresque Pottery

• Anthony Gray

Spanish Hispano-Moresque lustre pottery charger The catalogue contains one or two pieces of Antique Spanish Hispano-Moresque pottery. Antique Hispano- Moresque pottery as the name indic...


Antique Dutch Delft

• Anthony Gray

Dutch Delft polychrome Chinoiserie plaque, circa 1740 Dutch Delft polychrome Chinoiserie plaque, circa 1740 ...


Attributing Sixteenth Century Italian Istoriato Maiolica

• J.V.G. Mallet

Attribution, the means by which we distinguish the maker of one work from another, is not an exact science but an art. Just because we cannot always explain this act of discrimination, w...