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Three designs for richly decorated vessels, printed from three separate plates on the same sheet, on white ground; on the left plate a two-handled vase, with crayfish and satyr masks decorating the body; at centre an ewer with cherubic heads on the body; the plate on the right-hand side shows a double-handled vase decorated with a frieze of foliate scrolls inhabited by two lions flanking a ring. c.1550/70
- Production date
- 1550-1570 (c)
Height: 127 millimetres (centre plate)
Height: 128 millimetres (left plate)
Height: 128 millimetres (right plate)
Width: 63 millimetres
Width: 64 millimetres
Width: 65 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- From a large series of ewers and vases, see 1849,0210.251 for comment.
For another impression see 1849,0210.256.
The vase decorated with the two lions flanking a ring is a copy after Agostino Veneziano, see 1874,0808.2347.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Bound in album of ornament prints, preceded by a table of content by old French hand, with pencil annotation 'Transferred to Print department 18/V/37' on the second page, and with red stamp '5 NO 50' on the last print of the album
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