Corona delle Nobile et Virtuose Donne, Libro Terzo, page 3 (recto)

Designer Cesare Vecellio Italian
Publisher Alessandro de' Vecchi Italian

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Designed by Cesare Vecellio, Italian, Pieve di Cadore 1521-1601 Venice, Venice, published by Alessandro de' Vecchi, Italian, active 17th century, Venice.
From top to bottom, and left to right:
Design composed of 2 horizontal registers. Top register is decorated with 3 squares: left square is ornamented with a diamond framing a flower, middle square is ornamented with a quatrefoil framing an unicorn, right square is ornamented with an octagonal shape framing a flower. Bottom register is decorated with 4 squares; each square is ornamented in the center with a diverse floral motif.

Corona delle Nobile et Virtuose Donne, Libro Terzo, page 3 (recto), Cesare Vecellio (Italian, Pieve di Cadore 1521–1601 Venice)  , Venice, Woodcut

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