A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936
Lot 2236
A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936
US$ 6,000 - 9,000
£3,700 - 5,500

Lot Details
A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936 A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936 A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936
A Nicholai Diugherof & Tullio d'Albisola glazed-earthenware Futurist tea set
produced by Torido Mazzotti, Italy, circa 1936
comprising teapot, hot water jug, cream jug, ten cups, ten saucers, ten small cups, and a large under-liner plate, each signed in glaze M. G. A.
height of teapot 7in (18cm); diameter of large plate 9 1/2 in (24cm). 34 pieces.

Footnotes

  • Nicholai Diulgheroff, Bulgarian by birth, was educated at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria, the Bauhaus in Weimar, and after 1926, studied architecture in Turin at the Accademia Albertina. He brought a constructivist mentality to the Italian futurists, and combined the two ideologies to create his most notable works in the 1930s. The offered lot was produced by Torrido Mazzotti, Italy's most important Futurist ceramic manufacturer in the 1930s.

    Provenance:
    Christie's, London, October 26, 2006, sale 7292, lot 119.
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