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Galileo Chini, Piatto con volto femminile. Arte della Ceramica (1898-1900)

Galileo Chini, Piatto con volto femminile. Arte della Ceramica (1898-1900)

Galileo Chini Arte Ceramica Vase Florence, circa 1900 Of bulbous form, with a domed cover and squat finial, painted with a continuous frieze of blue and yellow striding peacocks in a lush landscape. Height 13 inches. Sold for $9,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium) Doyle NY

Galileo Chini Arte Ceramica Vase Florence, circa 1900 Of bulbous form, with a domed cover and squat finial, painted with a continuous frieze of blue and yellow striding peacocks in a lush landscape

Galileo Chini (Italian, 1873-1956) for Arte della Ceramica Art ...

Galileo Chini (Italian, for Arte della Ceramica Art Nouveau charger, circa 1900 decorated with sailing boats to the wide border and waves to the centre maker's mark, inscribed 'Firenze' and numbered 311 (to the reverse) diameter.

Art Liberty Nouveau Peacock Italian  Vase by Galileo Chini | From a unique collection of antique and modern vases and vessels at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/

Art Liberty Nouveau Peacock Italian Vase by Galileo Chini

Art Liberty Nouveau Peacock Italian Vase by Galileo Chini | From a unique collection of antique and modern vases and vessels at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/

Galileo Chini (1873-1956) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Galileo Chini (1873-1956) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Majolica was, for the Chini family, the most widely used ceramic. It also found a place of honour in the Fornace San Lorenzo factory

Majolica was, for the Chini family, the most widely used ceramic. It also found a place of honour in the Fornace San Lorenzo factory

Piatto con pavone, Galileo Chini

Majolica was, for the Chini family, the most widely used ceramic. It also found a place of honour in the Fornace San Lorenzo factory

Galileo Chini, vetrata (particolare) Museo Villa Pecori Giraldi Borgo San Lorenzo  #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Galileo Chini, vetrata (particolare) Museo Villa Pecori Giraldi Borgo San Lorenzo #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

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