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Ceramics & Glass

In 2018, Wannenes’ department of Ceramics & Glass totalled 223,014 euros, with a percentage of items sold per lot of 66.2% and in terms of value of 248%.
A glazed terracotta round piece from the Della Robbia workshop depicting a Madonna col Bambino entro una ghirlanda was sold for 13,750 euros, while a vase with a white porcelain lid, made in the Ginori manufactory in Doccia around 1745-1750 – typical of the production of the first period of the Tuscan factory, that of the founder Carlo Ginori – reached 7,500 euros. A plate made in Montelupo around 1550, decorated “in the porcelain style” and with the unique figure of a monatto, a corpse carrier, was sold at 5,250 euros, while a rare Lodi coffee maker by Giorgio Giacinto Rossetti, decorated “in the Berain style” and datable to 1728 – 1736, reached 4,750 euros.