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2 EURO / The Latgalian Ceramics / BU

2 EURO / The Latgalian Ceramics / BU
Tipas: copper-clad steel
Medžiaga: copper-clad steel
Išleista: 2020
Mėnuo: June
Nominalas: 2 EUR
Tiražas: 5 000
Kokybė: Proof like
Masė (g): 8.50
Skersmuo (mm): 25.75



Sale

Seller Price
Vladimir 24.00  [16.87 Ls] Collector's cabinet
Viktors 0.00  [0.00 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Lilita 0.00  [0.00 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Andris 35.00  [24.60 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Dmitriy 25.00  [17.57 Ls] old Collector's cabinet
coins777 0.00  [0.00 Ls] Collector's cabinet
Irina 19.00  [13.35 Ls] old Collector's cabinet


Buying

Buyer Price
Vladimir 18.00 €  [12.65 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
janis 31.00 €  [21.79 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Eurogold 20.00 €  [14.06 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Olegs 27.00 €  [18.98 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Olegs 18.00 €  [12.65 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Lilita 25.00 €  [17.57 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Juris 18.00 €  [12.65 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
Andrejs 19.00 €  [13.35 Ls] new Collector's cabinet
coins777 19.00 €  [13.35 Ls] Collector's cabinet
Olegs 17.00 €  [11.95 Ls] Collector's cabinet
Jānis 18.00 €  [12.65 Ls] Collector's cabinet
Maksims 15.00 €  [10.54 Ls] old Collector's cabinet

On the territory of the present-day Latvia, traditional pottery-making developed mainly in Latgale and Kurzeme. In Latgale, it has become one of the most vivid examples of traditional cultural heritage, a part of the Latvian Cultural Canon.
 
The stylistic range of Latgalian pottery encompasses both the highly ornate baroque techniques (especially for clay candelabra, whistles, mugs, plates) as well as minimalism in the selection of colours and ornamentations. Nowadays, simple and ascetic solutions prevail, yet the glazing and ornamentation traditions are also continued.
 
Latgalian pottery is characterised by two lines of development: a practical one (present in the region for thousands of years) and a decorative one (evolved since 1930s). The so-called Silajāņi ceramics gained most attention in the 20th century. One of the most prominent representatives, Andrejs Paulāns (1896–1973), was famous for his three-branch and five-branch candelabra. Himself and Polikarps Vilcāns (1894–1969) were making seven-, nine- and even 15- and 25-branch candelabra. The commemorative coin dedicated to Latgalian ceramics features an image of a five-branch candelabra.
За период с 2020-06-12 по 2021-05-10 монета подорожала на 92%

Recent changes

[2020.11.27]   Eurogold: Coin 2 EURO / The Latgalian Ceramics / BU taken out of sale
[2020.11.06]   Eurogold: On sale coin 2 EURO / The Latgalian Ceramics / BU with price 25.00
[2020.11.06]   Eurogold: Received coin ad 2 EURO / The Latgalian Ceramics / BU with 12.00