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Sale IT209 Lot 2029

WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT PORTRAIT MEDALLION OF PHILIP II OF MACEDON (382-336 BCE) 18th Century, impressed Wedgwood mark, molded in relief with a shoulder-length profile, to sinister, depicted in plumed helmet and scaled armor, h: 4 1/2 in.

Provenance: Kanter Collection (label).
Lloyd J. Bleier Collection.
Skinner, Boston, 25 April 2003, sale 2191, lot 200.
Bernard & Lydia Starr Collection, no. 609 (label).
Stair Auction, Hudson, New York, 1 November 2019, lot 98.
Jeffrey Milkins Collection, no. 936.

Catalogue Note:
Philip II was a military leader and king who reigned over a region of Macedonia between (359 BCE - 336 BCE). He is also remembered as the father of Alexander the Great.
Estimate $300-500

Sold for $500.00

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