Two-Handled Jar with Lions' Heads


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 307

This jar, made early in the fifteenth century, includes bold relief ornament of pine cones or grapes and impressive lion masks. It may have been made near Florence, or further south near the towns of Viterbo or Orvieto.

Two-Handled Jar with Lions' Heads, Tin-glazed earthenware
, Italian

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