VERY RARE STUNNING 18TH C EARLY 19TH SPANISH TRIANA SEVILLE NO8DO MOTTO OF THE CITY OF SEVILLA CHARGER. A striking late 18th c Early 19th C SPANISH charger TRIANA SEVILLE MAJOLICA with a yellow background and finely painted all around. The centre features a concave medallion painted with a castle, a bridge, trees and wildlife.The rest is profusely decorated with flowers and scrolling designs featuring four cornucopias with fruits (symbolising prosperity), and four blue medallions - in one of them written NO8DO. Which is the MOTTO OF THE CITY OF SEVILLE featuring a knotted figure of eight. NO8DO is the official motto of Seville, popularly believed to be a rebus signifying in Spanish. No me ha dejado, meaning. "She [Seville] has not abandoned me". This phrase supposedly uttered by KING ALPHONSO X. Shortly before his death in 1284 and in gratitude to the. Gave the city this emblem. «has not abandoned me», in which the wool.
No-Madeja-Do (No me ha dejado). In another shows a young man in military uniform and opposite to him, a young lady. The final roundel shows what looks like a Rooster. Thanks to the member who correctly identified it as CERAMICA TRIANA SEVILLA as the factory.
Overall very good for the items age, however the rim has a repaired chip on the top left hand border rim which has been restored a long time ago. Otherwise, the piece displays beautifully and the restoration does not detract from its splendour.We take pride in sourcing the best quality and most. Extra-ordinary items for the discerning. The item "RARE LATE18TH-19THC TRIANA SEVILLA MAJOLICA CHARGER NO8DO MOTTO 42 CM" is in sale since Tuesday, September 14, 2021. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Pottery & Glassware\Vases".
The seller is "georgbonha-0" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.