Plate of earthenware, covered front and back with blue-grey, presumed tin glaze. Painted mainly in dark blue and white. In the centre a shield of arms on a mount with scrolling ribbons, yellow a two-towered castle blue; above, a winged cherub-head. Surrounding, narrow concentric borders of cable pattern, string-of-beads, stylised leaf scrolls, S-twists. On rim, grotesques including fish, trumpets, books, vases. On reverse flowers and leaf scrolls on the rim.

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Thing

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

Place

Made In
Faenza

Time

Acquired In
1891
Made
1534

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