Vierter und Siebenter Textband. 28 : 20,5 cm. 3 leaves, 340 pages, 5 plates with watermarks - 3 leaves, 472 pages, 1^0 plates with watermarks. Original boards. The reprint of two volumes of the catalogue raisonne of the German, Dutch and French cooper-engravings of the 15th century. With the plates with the watermarks.
Ming late 15th Century Longquan celadon carved saucer plate with deep glaze of an excellent colour. The deep green glaze covers the deep fluted ribs of the inside around the base and to the base itself an impressed or carved lotus flower. As with all celadon of this age there is a cleared off ring to the underside base. where the glaze has been cleared away it exposes a ruddy / orange colour. the outside of the plate is undecorated allowing the glaze to fall down the sides and around the foot ri
Plate Soup plate, with narrow brim and wide cavetto; small rim base. Majolica painted in golden lustre with balls in concentric circles from the brim to the centre, blue and red ovals in brim. Large blue buggy with four wheels, each wheel with eight rays ending in flower or oval leaf. Front decorated with lustre ovals in concentric circles. Ø cm. 29 h. cm. 5. Cond: broken in two parts, with ancient gluing and iron grappas. Spain, Manises, 15th century It compares with a plate of equal shape and
Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish priest during the 15th-century, who is remembered for founding the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits. He composed various spiritual exercises, wrote simple meditations and prayers which contributed to the growth of Jesuit doctrine. Giuseppe Agnelli was a 17th-century Jesuit who was known for his study and expertise on Saint Ignatius. He composed a series of treatises on the spiritual exercises of Saint Ignatius. Agnelli focuses on theological election in these spiritu
John Fenn’s ‘Original Letters’ is one of the greatest surviving English family correspondences of the 15th-century. It consists of letters of the Paston family and others connected with them, mostly between the years 1422-1509. In the 18th-century this collection of letters came into the hands of John Fenn who transcribed and published them. This 1787-94 first edition includes four volumes and is illustrated with 34 engraved plates. $950.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide!
An ancient Medieval silver ring engraved with IHS monogram.\nThe IHS Christogram is interpreted as meaning Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus, Saviour of men in Latin). The use of the IHS monogram as decoration is a late 14th to early/mid 15th century fashion which came into utilisation on various different types of metal items, including buckle plates, strap-ends and book fittings.\n\nMaterial: silver\nWeight: 1,62 gram\nDate: Medieval period, 15th century\nMeasurement: 21 x 19 mm, ringsize: 18 mm\n
The beautiful enamel plaque was crafted in Limoges, a town in northern France. Limoges has long been associated with the production of high quality enamel wares. While to begin with, in the 12th Century, the town was famous for its applied enamel pieces — religious icons, for example, which were crafted in metal with champlevé enamel ornament — Limoges later, in the 15th Century, began to paint onto enamel, creating plaques, plates and ewers, which were both religious and secular in character. T
Plate Large plate with wide brim, hollow base. Majolica decorated with golden lustre; brim with stylized naturalistic motifs, cavetto with spiral register and the central decoration is not visible due to scraping. Front with concentric circles. Ø cm. 37; h. cm. 6. Cond. ancient restoration with iron grappas. Spain, Manises, 15th-16th centuries
Plate Plate with narrow brim and wide cavetto, in polychrome majolica, decorated with mounds in the brim and stylized palmettes around a spiral. H. cm.6; Ø cm. 19,2. Cond: crack from the edge to the centre. Bibl.: C. Leonardi "La ceramica rinascimentale metaurense". Exhibition Catalogue, Urbania, Palazzo Ducale, July-October 1982, Urbania 1982, n.84. Urbino, 15th-16th century
Description Signed and Titled: signed in plate David Roberts R.A. L Haghe lith. One of the Tombs of The Khalifs Carro. signed in plate A Persian Wheel used in raising Water from the Nile, David Roberts R.A. L Haghe lith. signed in plateGate of Victory and Minaret of The Mosque El Hakim, in plate David Roberts R.A. L Haghe lith. signed in plate David Roberts, R.A., numbered at upper right 249, in lower margin London, Published Dec. 15th, 1856, by Day & Son, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. The
EWER, Lê Dynasty, Vietnam, 15th century. Height: 22cm. The ewer has a plate-shaped opening, a long spout, a symmetrical handle, a Yuhuchun-style body with a short base, the body ornamented in the centre and on two sides with lace-work showing a parrot amidst foliage with traces of red pigment. The rest of the object is decorated in clouds, underglazed in blue. One can see the Persian influence in the metallic prototypes. For a similar object, see the one in the collection of Ken Baars, shown on
This striking plate is part of the Topkapi series and will be an eye-catching addition to any table. Its superb black decorations over a white background evoke the mysteries of 15th century Istanbul, depicting a vividly rendered mosque standing behind a slightly open gate. Delicate and elegant, this design can be presented along with identical ones, or it can be mixed with other pieces from the same collection for a more colorful effect.
Part of the Topkapi series, this superb porcelain plate will add elegance and a touch of exotic mystery to the table. Inspired by the Seraglio palace built in Turkey in the 15th century, the purple decoration on the white background represents a lovely outdoor scene with trees and a gazebo. This exquisite object of functional decor can be used with others from the same series either identical or in different colors for a more dynamic look.
Decorated in sepia over a white background, this porcelain plate is part of the Topkapi series, inspired by its namesake palace in Istanbul that served as the headquarters of the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century. As seen from a closed gate, the lovely outdoor scene of a tent among trees is rendered in vivid and naturalistic details and evokes the mysteries and elegance of ancient Turkey. Either used with identical ones, or combined with other pieces of different colors from the same series, th
This exquisite porcelain plate is part of the Topkapi series, inspired by its namesake palace in Turkey that in the 15th century served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans. The image of the facade of the palace is depicted in fine details on a white background with delicate turquoise color. Either alone or paired with the other pieces of the same collection, this plate will add sophistication and elegance to the table.
These two dessert plates are made of porcelain and part of the Topkapi collection. Each piece depicts a detail of the eponymous palace in Constantinople during the splendor of the 15th century Ottoman Empire. Mystery and luxury are rendered with a black and white scene with palms and the facade of a buildings with flags and a charming pagoda roof as seen behind a gate. Either with identical ones or combined with others of different designs to recreate a 12-piece set of different colors and desig
A view of the 15th century Istanbul palace of Topkapi adorns the white surface of this porcelain plate. A delicate shade of blue is used to depict elegant turrets and domes surrounded by trees as seen behind a gate. Part of the Topkapi collection, this piece evokes the mystery and sophistication of the 15th century Ottoman Empire and will be a superb addition to any table, either with identical ones, or combined with others from the same series for a more dynamic effect.
Part of the Topkapi collection, this set is an ensemble of six porcelain plates that will imbue any occasion with the charm and mystery of the eponymous palace in the heart of the Ottoman Empire. The world of 15th century Constantinople is recreated in these designs that show different views of buildings, tents, and gardens as seen through gates. Different pastel colors form the background of six distinct scenes, depicted in stunning black and white details. Either to enliven a tea break or an a
This unique porcelain plate is part of the Topkapi collection, comprised of pieces that feature its namesake palace that was the headquarters of the Ottoman Empire in 15th century. In this case, the mystery and glamour of old Istanbul are evoked using a rich and dark red hue over a white background. The front of a gazebo, flanked by trees, is depicted as seen from behind a gate. This sophisticated addition to any table can be paired with other pieces from the same series.
Mediterranean fish decorate with different designs each piece in this collection of 6 dinner ceramic plates. Este has been crafting hand-painted earthenware building on a tradition dating back to the 15th century, but is now discovering new contemporary designs although using the same time-honored techniques.