Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculpture - Bull Under the Tree / Picador Ramie 159 and 160 Picasso Madoura Ceramic
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Pablo Picasso
Bull Under the Tree / Picador Ramie 159 and 160 Picasso Madoura Ceramic

1952

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A collector should consider several factors when deciding from whom to purchase Picasso Madoura Ceramics: Check the location of the seller. When one buys from a foreign seller, one also has to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When one purchases from an auction house, one pays a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when one “wins” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. Secondly, when one purchases from an auction house, the buyer pays the packing and shipping fee, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. Thirdly, when one purchases from an auction house, the sale is final. If one receives the piece and is not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing the buyer can do about it. They are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer has sixty days to determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! Fun fact: no one has ever returned a piece to us! Please note also that many Picasso Ceramics are auctioned at foreign auction houses. When purchasing at one of these auctions, not only are the factors listed above magnified, but again one also has to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. Pablo Picasso is without doubt the most widely collected artist of the 20th century. For five years in the 1950’s, Picasso produced ceramic plates, vases and bowls in the Madoura studio in France. The studio was owned by Georges Ramie, who catalogued all of the artwork that Picasso produced during that time. Each plate, vase and bowl is assigned a unique number according to the number in the Ramie catalogue. The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions. Pieces that sold for $2,000 fifteen years ago are going for $8,000 and more now. These particular pieces are pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. They are really a good value at this price. Please do not hesitate to ask us questions. We love talking about these pieces! Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Picador, Madoura, Ramie 159 and 160. Madoura glazed terre de faience with oxidized paraffin , Inscribed Edition Picasso, verso. Edition Picasso and Madoura Plein Feu stamps on verso of plate.

Details

  • Movement & Style
  • Condition
    New
  • Condition Details
    One won't find better examples of Ramie 159 and 160 than these ones. They are pristine with no nicks of any kind. Really beautiful pieces.
  • Period
  • Dimensions
    H 8 in. x W 8 in. x D 1 in.H 20.32 cm x W 20.32 cm x D 2.54 cm
  • Gallery Location
    Boca Raton, FL
  • Reference Number
    LU5043842011
  • Seller Reference Number
    Set of Two Picasso Madoura Plates
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