£600 is a lot for a round one in the current market, but it also depends on how scarce a design it is (and how educated the public are about early Mdina now.)
I suspect there is still a reluctance to recognise non-prescribed items of interest and to concentrate on crizzle stones or the amethyst strapped bottles, now the initial "Fish" as THE iconic piece to have, has died down a bit.)
This is a lot scarcer than a round charger - but it is also unsigned.
I'm intrigued to see how much it will finally go for. You could well be right, John, that it won't fly.
(Your ZigZag, I thought, was incredibly
I don't think you need worry about having to eat your hat, Nemmie.