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.
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 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.