Albarello with almost vertical sides. Earthenware apparently tin-glazed inside and out (not the foot). Painted one side with a man in a hood facing a nun; between them a scroll "HUMILITAS ALTA PETIT". On the other side is a younger woman, her head covered, facing a man in a peaked hat. All figures within contour panels; floral tendrils between. Around the foot diamond panels and foliage; in Gothic letters "sy. de. fumoterre" beneath the older pair.
pharmarcy jar, 16th century, Aragón Inventario: FC.2014.04.03
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A 15th Italian Century Italian Maiolica Alberello Faenza or Florence. Circa 1470-1500. The waisted body decorated in blue, yellow and ochre glaze with a large stylised oval armorial crest diagonally striped in a blue ribbed border, 8 ins (20 cms) in height.
Vessel, Italy (Venice), ca 1560, H 15.8cm.
Apothekerspot met stadswapen van Florence, Damascus, Syrië, blauwwit kiezelaardewerk, begin 15de eeuw
badly fired pharmacy jar, 15th c Valencia Inventario: FC.2014.02.08