Plate with well, earthenware covered with a presumed tin-glaze on the front and back. Front is painted with a landscape and ruins, to the left two river gods, to the right Apollo, Minerva, Mercury, Diana and Venus(?). Figures are from an engraving by Caraglio after Rosso. Suspended from a tree a shield ensigned with a ducal coronet with the arms of Federigo II Gonzaga and his wife Margherita Paleologo. On the reverse an inscription.

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