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Italian Renaissance Maiolica ~ Pesaro, Italy ~ ca.1476-1490 ~ Tin-glazed earthenware ~ V & A Museum ~ Maiolica dish with geometric decoration and the coat of arms of King Matthias of Hungary and his wife, Beatrix of Aragon.

Italian Renaissance Maiolica ~ Pesaro, Italy ~ ca.1476-1490 ~ Tin-glazed earthenware ~ V & A Museum ~ Maiolica dish with geometric decoration and the coat of arms of King Matthias of Hungary and his wife, Beatrix of Aragon.

A GUBBIO DATED LUSTRED DISH  1537, INSCRIBED MO GO FOR WORKSHOP OF MAESTRO GIORGIO ANDREOLI

A GUBBIO DATED LUSTRED DISH 1537, INSCRIBED MO GO FOR WORKSHOP OF MAESTRO GIORGIO ANDREOLI

Italienische Majolica-Fliesen aus dem Ende des Funfzehnten und Anfang des Sechszehnten Jahrhunderts [WITH 17 CHROMOLITHOGRAPH PLATES OUT OF 21]. M. Meurer, Hrs. 1881 Berlin

Italienische Majolica-Fliesen aus dem Ende des Funfzehnten und Anfang des Sechszehnten Jahrhunderts [WITH 17 CHROMOLITHOGRAPH PLATES OUT OF 21]. M. Meurer, Hrs. 1881 Berlin

Bowl (Coppa amatoria). Italy, Castel Durante, 1530-37, Majolica; polychrome painting. Diam. 21 cm

Bowl (Coppa amatoria). Italy, Castel Durante, 1530-37, Majolica; polychrome painting. Diam. 21 cm

Plate with the Coat of Arms of Pope Clement VII Medici Made in Deruta, Italy, Europe 1523-24 Tin-glazed and lustered earthenware (maiolica)1 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Pieces that display this decoration survive in various shapes and sizes, all belonging to what may have been a large papal service. Related designs without a coat of arms were also produced at Deruta.

Plate with the Coat of Arms of Pope Clement VII Medici Made in Deruta, Italy, Europe 1523-24 Tin-glazed and lustered earthenware (maiolica)1 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Pieces that display this decoration survive in various shapes and sizes, all belonging to what may have been a large papal service. Related designs without a coat of arms were also produced at Deruta.

Musée d'Ecouen - Plat: au centre, un écu d'or aux armes des Médicis. E.CL.2439. Entre 1523 et 1534, Collection Delange, 1855. DERUTA (origine). Faïence.

Musée d'Ecouen - Plat: au centre, un écu d'or aux armes des Médicis. E.CL.2439. Entre 1523 et 1534, Collection Delange, 1855. DERUTA (origine). Faïence.

Plate with the Visconti arms, ca.  1480-1500.  Italian, probably Deruta.  Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware); Overall (confirmed): H.  3 5/16 x Diam.  15 in.  (8.4 x 38.1 cm).  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Fletcher Fund, 1946 (46.85.16)

Plate with the Visconti arms, ca. 1480-1500. Italian, probably Deruta. Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware); Overall (confirmed): H. 3 5/16 x Diam. 15 in. (8.4 x 38.1 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Fletcher Fund, 1946 (46.85.16)

Plate with ridge on rim; earthenware covered front and back with presumed tin glaze; painted decoration on front (with red). In centre a shield of arms, doubtfully identified as Cesi impaling Belluomi: (a) lustre on a mount white a tree green; in chief a label red of four points, three fleur-de-lis blue-black between the points; (b) blue a lion rampant lustre. On rim, stylised rosettes in panels divided by radiating, concentric blue lines.

Plate with ridge on rim; earthenware covered front and back with presumed tin glaze; painted decoration on front (with red). In centre a shield of arms, doubtfully identified as Cesi impaling Belluomi: (a) lustre on a mount white a tree green; in chief a label red of four points, three fleur-de-lis blue-black between the points; (b) blue a lion rampant lustre. On rim, stylised rosettes in panels divided by radiating, concentric blue lines.

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