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Pharmacy jar (syrup jug)

  • Accession Nr.:

    57.137.1

  • Collection:

    Ceramics and Glass Collection

  • Artist/Maker:
  • Date of production:

    1560 - 1580

  • Place of production:
  • Materials:
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  • Dimensions:

    base diameter: 10,3 cm
    height: 21,5 cm
    width: 9,5 cm

The bowl is rather narrow above the base; it then becomes spherical and ends in a broad cylindrical neck and a splayed rim. The flat handle fits to the neck and the body; the straight pouring lip, which is a later addition, is fitted on to the top. Both the upper and the base have a yellow and a blue border. The bowl is decorated with foliage, flowers, and fruits on a blue background. There is a round field, enclosed by a yellow circle, under the lip, which shows the profile of a bearded man. A similar circle under the handle depicts the figure of a male saint with tonsure, wearing a white shirt and chasuble. Painted in blue, green, ochre, yellow and white.
Szerk.: Péter Márta: Reneszánsz és manierizmus. Az európai iparművészet korszakai. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 1988. - Nr. 77.

Brestyánszky Ilona: Italienische Majolikakunst. Italienische Majolika in ungarischen Sammlungen. Corvina Kiadó, Budapest, 1967. - Nr. 47.

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