Plate, earthenware covered front and back with a blue-grey presumed tin-glaze. Painted on the front, in the centre an old man offering to Caesar the head of Pompey on a dish, two soldiers stand behind the old man. On the rim a border of masks and foliate scrollwork and fruit. On the reverse a circle made up of a running petal design.

An00021746 001 l

Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
plate
Subject
plant, emperor/empress, author/poet, leaf, soldier
Techniques
tin-glazed
Ware
Maiolica

Place

Made In
Padua

Time

Acquired In
1855
Made
1550

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