Gubbio Rinascimento 9″ Cappello da Prete Musician Wall Plate with Panpipe Player
Gubbio was a center of Italian pottery production during the Renaissance. Contemporary production respects traditional methods and designs. Most plates we import from the area are known as Cappello da Prete, or the “priest’s hat,” because of their shape.
During the Renaissance, sauces were put in the middle of such plates, while cheese and meat were arranged around the edge to be dipped into the sauces. These plates are excellent for serving antipasti and regular meals. This plate is beautiful as decor.
Please let us know in the comment section of checkout if you would like us to wrap a wire around the back of this piece so that it can hang as wall decor. It is 9″ in diameter. Measurements are approximate.
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