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Plate with female head and border with trophies Italian (Gubbio), dated 1524 Probably by Maestro Giorgio Andreoli, Italian, born in 1465–70, died in 1555

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Giorgio Andreoli, called Giorgio da Gubbio (Italian, ca. 1465/70–1553) Plate with Tree and Arms, 1519 Majolica, with green, blue, pink, orange, and ochre glazes

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Workshop of Giorgio Andreoli, called Giorgio da Gubbio (Italian, ca. 1465/70–ca. 1553) Plate with a Woman in Profile, 1529

Plate: The Three Graces Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian, 1465-70-aft 1553) Date: 1525 Medium: tin-glazed earthenware with gold lustre (Maiolica)

Plate, 1526 Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian, 1465-70-aft 1553) tin-glazed earthenware with gold lustre (Maiolica),

Plate (tondino) Date: ca. 1530–35 Culture: Italian, Gubbio Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)