Lot n° 143
700 - 1000
Result with fees
: 1 352EUR
Verseuse et cinq aspersoirs à eau de rose en opaline et verre
Opalines : Turkey, Beykoz, Ottoman art, 19th century
Opaline glass with polychrome and gilded floral decoration. The ewer in white opaline with piriform body, with handle in S and spout with twisted neck, provided with a stopper in almond, decorated with rows of flowers in reserve in oval medallions on golden bottom. Two white aspersoirs with stopper, one with blue and black decoration, one white with flared neck, and one turquoise with erased decoration. We join to it: a blue with modern oriental transparent glass with gilded decoration, with an inscription under the base; a small cup with handle and a salt cellar in white opaline, decorated with floral garlands. Condition: the spout of the pourer twisted from the origin, small chip at the neck of the spout; the salt cellar with a hole for suspension; three sprinklers in very good condition, two of them with slight wear of decoration; a chip at the neck of the turquoise and a big chip at the foot of a white one. Expert L.S.
H. ewer : 29,5 cm ; sprinklers : from 18 to 24 cm ; cup and saltcellar : 7,3 and 5,3 cm
See Fuat Bayramoglu, Turkish Glass Art and Beykoz-Ware, Istanbul, 1976, for similar rosewater sprinklers and ewers.
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