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Timothy Wilson, Italian Maiolica of the Renaissance (Milan, 1996), pp. 188, 191.
Julia Catherine Triolo, The Armorial Maiolica of Francesco Xanto Avelli (Ph.D. thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, 1996), p. 278.
J.V.G. Mallet, Xanto: Pottery-Painter, Poet, Man of the Italian Renaissance, exh. cat., London, The Wallace Collection, 2007, p. 122, under no. 37.
Dora Thornton and Timothy Wilson, Italian Renaissance Ceramics, A Catalogue of the British Museum oollection, vol. 1 (London, 2009), n. 162, p. 275, under no. 162.
Edward R. Lubin, Inc, New York, by 1964; sold to the Art Institute, 1964.
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