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Wet drug jar, decorated with swirling leaves

Identifier: 1955.P.68 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Wet drug jar, decorated with swirling leaves. Inscribed on a central cartouche SY. DFVMOST (syropo di fumosterno [fumaria officinalis], a common fumitory). Beneath the handle, the mark of the works...

Drug jar, or albarello,, decorated with bands of motifs

Identifier: 1954.P.18 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Drug jar, or albarello,, decorated with bands of motifs. Knots, 'S Bernardino' rays, panels with leaf-and-berry patterns, plant forms, and other renaissance motifs. The attribution of this piece is...

Albarello, drug jar, with female bust in profile, in the manner of the Maestro dei profili corrucciati (Master of the frowning profiles)

Identifier: 1954.P.11 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Albarello, drug jar, with female bust in profile, in the manner of the Maestro dei profili corrucciati (Master of the frowning profiles). Inscribed IULIA (Giulia [bella]) on a vertical banderole to...

Albarello, drug jar, with female bust in profile, in the manner of the Maestro dei profili corrucciati (Master of the frowning profiles)

Identifier: STKMG:1954.P.11 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Albarello, drug jar, with female bust in profile, in the manner of the Maestro dei profili corrucciati (Master of the frowning profiles). Inscribed IULIA (Giulia [bella]) on a vertical banderole to...

Drug jar, or albarello,, decorated with bands of motifs

Identifier: STKMG:1954.P.18 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Drug jar, or albarello,, decorated with bands of motifs. Knots, 'S Bernardino' rays, panels with leaf-and-berry patterns, plant forms, and other renaissance motifs. The attribution of this piece is...

Wet drug jar, decorated with swirling leaves

Identifier: STKMG:1955.P.68 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Wet drug jar, decorated with swirling leaves. Inscribed on a central cartouche SY. DFVMOST (syropo di fumosterno [fumaria officinalis], a common fumitory). Beneath the handle, the mark of the works...