Dish, red earthenware, apparently a translucent-glaze over a slip. Painted on the slip, a scene of the head of John the Baptist being presented to Salome; prison architecture in the background, on the border continuous vine scrolls and bunches of grapes. Reverse is covered with a slip or thin tin-glaze.

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Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
dish
Subject
new testament, plant, leaf, architecture
Techniques
glazed, slipped

Place

Made In
Italy

Time

Acquired In
1855
Made
1667

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