379 SIEGBURG STONEWARE JUG GERMAN, 16TH CENTURY Globular body, slightly compressed ; cylindrical neck. The spout, in the form of a cannon barre], is held by a hand which is fastened to the shoulder and terminates in a bearded human mask. Partly tinted violet. On the exterior are coats-of-arms surrounded by their legends and foliations, also partly tinted. On the collar two dark violet lions bearing an armorial shield. Very rare. Height, 9 inches Illustrated and described in « La Collection Spitzer », Paris, 1891, vol. 3, p. 186, No. 28. SALE, PARIS, 1893, CATALOGUE NUMBER 1644; Atlas, Plate XLIV. [SEE ILLUSTRATION] [NUMBER 379] 380 LARGE BOWL OF MAJORCA FAIENCE HISPANO-MORESQUE, LATE 16TH OR EARLY 17TH CENTURY An exceptionally fine example invested entirely with blue enamels on a rose-white ground. The deep bowl with indicated boss, deco-rated with three feather palm trees rising from fan-shaped trellises and connected with floral arabesques. The interior with tesselated palmette reserve, the marli simulating gadroons. In perfect state of preservation. Diameter, 19 inches From the Spitzer legacies. 146