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Ewer ~ ca.1520 ~ Possibly workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian, ca.1465-1553) ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ewer ~ ~ Possibly workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian, ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Armorial ewer (brocca)  Date: probably 1527 Culture: Italian, Faenza Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

Armorial ewer (brocca) Date: probably 1527 Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 950

Armorial Jug (vaso), Tuscany? (Italy), probably ca 1480.

Armorial Jug (vaso) Date: probably ca. 1480 Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 950

Fox Warrior Bottle [Peru; Moche] (1983.546.4) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

-- Fox Warrior Bottle -- Century -- Peru, Moche Culture -- Ceramic -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Workshop of Pompei ~ Drug vase (one of a pair) ~ Italian, Castelli ~ ca.1530 ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Storage vessels were among the most frequently produced maiolica wares in late medieval and Renaissance Italy. Made in fairly standard shapes, they were designed to fit with dozens of others on a shelf, often in a pharmacy or shop

Apothecary Vase (vaso da farmacia)  Date: ca. 1515 Culture: Italian, Castelli Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

Apothecary Vase 1515 -- Italian, Castellli -- Maiolica -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Funerary Vases in Southern Italy and Sicily | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), third quarter of century b. red–figure Attributed to the Metope Painter Greek, South Italian, Apulian Terracotta

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: ca. 1470–80 Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. 14 13/16 in. (37.6 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: 1975.1.1067 On view in Gallery 950

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: ca. Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 950

Apothecary jar (orciuolo) 1520

centuriespast: “ Apothecary jar (orciuolo) Date: ca. 1520 Culture: Italian, Castelli Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) The Met ”

Casteldurante, c. 1550

Casteldurante, c. 1550

The grand form of this large ewer is matched by the pretensions of its political references. It bears four heraldic shields, linking the vessel to important members of the most powerful Florentine families of the early sixteenth century

-- Jug -- -- Caffaggiolo -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Armorial Goblet c1592.  South Germany or the Tyrol.  Medium: Colorless (strong gray) nonlead glass. Blown, enameled, gilt.

1592 Armorial goblet probably south German Artist: Tyrol (possibly court glasshouse, Innsbruck) Colorless (strong gray) nonlead glass. of rim 4 in.

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