Bottle, pear-shaped, narrowing towards the base, spreading foot, no lip, handle of oval section. Red earthenware covered with a pale slip and incised, then covered with a brownish transparent glaze. Decoration on the body is executed in slip onto the clay background. Design consists of scrolling branches, a stag, a sheep and a dog, opposite the handle a shield of arms, above in the mantling "m" and "gm". Around the rim "mgm" and squiggles.

An00029809 001 l

Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
bottle
Subject
leaf, plant, dog, heraldry
Techniques
glazed, incised, slipped, slip-painted

Place

Made In
Italy

Time

Acquired In
1878
Made
1650-1700

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