Unidentified Orvieto pottery, pottery, Umbria, Orvieto
The decoration may indicate a connection with the Monaldeschi family of Orvieto.
tin-glazed earthenware; maiolica
cup with one handle
circa 1250 1350
13th Century; 14th Century; Medieval
Late Medieval maiolica cup with one handle, painted in manganese and green with, on the inside, a fleur-de-lis or leaf between antlers.
Earthenware, tin-glazed greyish-beige on both sides; base unglazed. Painted in manganese and copper-green.
Shape approximately 21. Circular with carinated sides, narrow foot and one loop handle of oval section; the other missing.
Inside, within two manganese circles, there is a fleur-de-lis or leaf between antlers surrounded by cross-hatching; on the rim, a green band, and, on the outside, a green band and two green spots on the handle.
tin-glazing; whole; except base
tin-glaze; whole; except base
high-temperature colours; decoration; manganese and copper-green
earthenware: tin-glazed greyish-beige on both sides, base unglazed; painted in manganese and copper-green.
height, whole, 5.0, cm
diameter, foot, 3.7, cm
width, whole, 12.0, cm
bequeathed; 1991-04-29; Reitlinger, Henry Scipio
William Ridout; Christie's, 13 December 1938, The William Ridout collection of Italian majolica, European pottery, faience and delftware, probably part of lot 107; H.S. Reitlinger (d. 1950); the Reitlinger Trust, Maidenhead, from which transferred in 1991.
Ridout, William; previous owner
Reitlinger, Henry Scipio; previous owner
H.S. Reitlinger Bequest, 1950; transferred from the Reitlinger Trust, 1991
label; printed in blue and inscribed in blue-black ink; 'WILLIAM RIDOUT COLLECTION' printed in blue, 'O./29.' in blue-black ink; circular with blue border
Honey, William Bowyer. Ridout, F. U.. 1934. A Catalogue of the Collection of Italian and other Maiolica, Mediaeval English Pottery, Dutch, Spanish and French Faïence, and other Ceramic Wares, formed by William Ridout of London and Toronto.London: p. p. 13
Publ. p. 13, O. 29
Poole, Julia E.. 1995. Italian Maiolica and Incised Slipware in the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge.Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Pressp. pp. 53-4
Publ. pp. 53-4, no. 82
Object Number: C.105-1991
(record id: 47830; input: 2002-05-17; modified: 2015-05-18)