Plate with well, warped rim. Earthenware covered with a presumed tin-glaze on the front and back. Painted decoration on the front and golden and red lustre, in the centre a winged putto holding a portable windmill. On the rim grotesques, monsters, arms and armour, cornucopias and tablets inscribed "1524" and "florid.virtus". On the reverse concentric lines in yellowish-brown lustre.

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Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
plate
Subject
cherub/cupid, grotesque, heraldry, monster
Techniques
tin-glazed, lustred
Ware
Maiolica

People

Acquired From
Forrest, William to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Hamilton, James

Place

In Gallery
G46/dc4
Made In
Gubbio

Time

Acquired In
1851
Made
1524

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