Dish or bowl on spreading foot, sharply moulded. In the centre a raised boss. The sides are formed of 24 gadroons pointed at the bottom. Earthenware covered with a presumed tin-glaze on the front and back. The interior is painted with a winged Cupid holding an arrow, in a landscape; around this scrolling leaf motifs. On the reverse are simple foliate motifs.

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Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
dish, bowl
Subject
classical deity, plant, leaf
Techniques
mould-made, tin-glazed
Ware
Maiolica

People

Acquired From
Beck, James to The British Museum
Depicted
Eros/Cupid

Place

Made In
Faenza

Time

Acquired In
1852
Made
1550

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