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made at Gubbio, Italy

Postcard of Dish.
© National Museums Scotland


This maiolica dish was made between around 1530 and 1550 at Gubbio in Italy, probably at the workshop of Maestro Giorgio.

The dish is painted in colours and yellow lustre and decorated in relief with the Agnus Dei [Lamb of God] in the centre holding a double-pointed flag with a cross. On the moulded rim are 'San Bernardino Rays'.

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Online ID: 000-180-001-096-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0504: National Museums Scotland Part 2
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  A.1877.20.96
Date: Between around 1530 and 1550
c. 1530
Material: Earthenware
Dimensions: 57 mm H x 252 mm D
Subject: Ceramics : earthenware : Italy : Gubbio
Who: Shandon Collection (Previous owner)
Workshop of Maestro Giorgio, Gubbio, Umbria (Maker)
Where: Italy, Umbria, Gubbio
Description: Maiolica dish painted in colours and yellow lustre and decorated in relief with Agnus Dei in the centre and with flame forms on the rim: Italian, Gubbio, probably workshop of Maestro Giorgio, c. 1530
  • Curnow, Celia, Italian Maiolica in the National Museums of Scotland. Edinburgh: NMS, 1992 
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