Plate, earthenware covered entirely with a presumed tin-glaze. Painted with Astolfo, on the left, on his horse blowing his magic horn; beneath his horse a kneeling soldier, in the centre another soldier with a sword on horseback pursuing an unseen person; on the right a man fleeing and two two cowering in a door way. The story is from the 1516 version of Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso". Above are the arms of Pucci with a papal ombrellino.

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