Plate or dish of earthenware, with foot ring, covered front and back with presumed tin glaze, the front painted. In the well two putti supporting a shield of arms for Calini of Brescia (blue, in bend a yellow ladder with between the rungs a white swallow-tailed flag). Acanthus pattern in bianco sopra bianco on sides of well. On rim a scene from the musical competition between Pan and Apollo, with Midas and Tmolus; derived from Ovid.

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