An early 20th Century Cantagalli maiolica charger decorated in the Renaissance style with a central roundel depicting St. Martin of Tours and a kneeling man with a castle and moat in the background, the border edge with four shields each hanging from the mouth of a lion within acanthus leaves and to a blue ground, painted cockerel mark, diameter 47cm
Will Farmer - Director
Ceramics, Glass, Oriental & Decorative Arts
Will specialises in 20th Century decorative arts covering ceramics, glass and furniture. He studied at the Birmingham School of Jewellery undertaking a combined BA Hons in silversmithing and Fine Art history. Notable finds include a Martin Brothers Stoneware bird selling for £20,500 and a rare collection of documents relating to the Stourbridge Glass Industry selling locally for over £22,000. Will is now in his eighth season as an expert on BBC's Antiques Roadshow.