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Dish with man on horseback
English: Dish with man on horseback

Italy, Deruta, 1520-50

The dish shows almost the entire range of colours used by maiolica painters.

Among the most popular designs on large Deruta dishes of this kind are single figures of horsemen, either Western lancers, such as this one, or, Turkish ones. This type of plate may have formed a pair with an Ottoman rider proceeding in the opposite direction.

Collection ID: 2595-1856A

This photo was taken as part of Britain Loves Wikipedia in February 2010 by Valerie McGlinchey.

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