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Artist: Baldassare degli Embriachi (Italian, active 1390–1409) (Workshop)Date: ca. 1400–1409Medium: Bone and Certosina (inlays of stained woods, bone and horn) with traces of gildingAccession: 17.190.490a, bOn view in:Gallery 307