Dish of earthenware, mould made with relief decoration, covered front and back with presumed tin glaze. The upper surface painted and lustred. In the well, Mucius Scaevola in armour before a flaming altar. Moulded decoration on the border comprises a design of serpent-monsters, winged putti and trophies. On the reverse, concentric lustre rings.

An00021425 001 l

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