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Armorial bowl

Artist:
Workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian (Gubbio), active first half of 16th century)
Date:
1524
Culture:
Italian, Gubbio
Medium:
Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware), lustered
Dimensions:
Overall (confirmed): 1 5/8 × 10 9/16 in. (4.1 × 26.8 cm)
Classification:
Ceramics-Pottery
Credit Line:
Gift of V. Everit Macy, in memory of his wife, Edith Carpenter Macy, 1927
Accession Number:
27.97.38
Not on view
Signature: Dated and marked on back, in brownish luster: 1524 / •M⁰•G⁰•

Inscription: Inscribed on garland: at top and bottom: M; at left: G; at right: B
[ Stefano Bardini , Florence, until 1899; his sale, Christie's, London, June 5–7, 1899, no. 197; sold for £600 plus premium to Durlacher ]; William Newall (until 1922; his sale, Christie's, London, June 27–29, 1922, no. 18; sold for £1,312 10s. including premium to Seligmann ]; [ Jacques Seligmann , Paris; sold to Macy ] ; V. Everit Macy , New York and Tannersville, NY (1922–27; on loan to MMA during those years)
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