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Artist: Based on a design by Pseudo-Ortkens (South Netherlandish, active Antwerp and Brussels, ca. 1500–30)Date: ca. 1520Medium: Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stainAccession: 1988.304.3On view in:Gallery 10