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Vessel in the form of a fish

Vessel in the form of a fish

The mounts, of later date, are very probably Bohemian.

Bascinet
Armet

Armet

Milan; said to have been found in Norfolk

Close-Helmet for the Tournament on Foot
Border
Tazza
Vase in the form of a monster

Vase in the form of a monster

The mounts with diamonds are later in date than the rock crystal vase. Workshop of The Saracchi, Milan

Battling Marine Deities

Battling Marine Deities

For a covered cup with somewhat similar marine figures, see 41.100.316a, b. Workshop of The Saracchi, Milan

Bascinet
Adoring angel

Adoring angel

These figures originally may have been part of a reliquary or perhaps a scene of the Nativity.

Francesco Sforza (1401–1466), Fourth Duke of Milan (r. 1450–66)

Francesco Sforza (1401–1466), Fourth Duke of Milan (r. 1450–66)

The roundel probably belonged to the retrospective series of portraits of Milanese rulers.

Chasuble
Adoring angel

Adoring angel

These figures originally may have been part of a reliquary or perhaps a scene of the Nativity.

Comb
Mandora
Adoring angel

Adoring angel

These figures originally may have been part of a reliquary or perhaps a scene of the Nativity.

Adoring angel

Adoring angel

These figures originally may have been part of a reliquary or perhaps a scene of the Nativity.

Armet
Mandora
Barbute
Armet
Sallet (Barbuta)

Sallet (Barbuta)

In Italy a form of close-fitting helmet called a barbuta was developed from the open-faced bascinet. Similar to ancient Greek helmets, the face was given a T-shaped opening for vision and ventilation. This exam... More

Sallet
Sallet
Sallet
Barbute
Barbute
Armet
Gauntlet for the Right Hand
Armet

Armet

The armet is stamped with the marks of the Missaglia workshop, the leading Milanese armorers in the fifteenth century. Originally, it would have been fitted with a visor. Milan

Barbute

Barbute

Milan

Armet
Sallet
Sallet

Sallet

Milan

Sallet

Sallet

Milan

Armet
Barbute

Barbute

probably Milan

Backplate