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Painted cartapesta (papier mâché) mirror frame, from the workshop of Neroccio de’ Landi, Siena, Italy, 1475-1500.

Mirror case: The Martelli Mirror; The Martelli Mirror; Caradosso; ca. 1495-1500 (made) ca. 1475-1500

Tin-glazed earthenware plate, Siena or Deruta, Italy, about 1500. Museum no. C. 2059-1910 (Plate)

Dessins de la Renaissance LOUISE DE LORRAINE PROVENANCE Rabel ca 1575

Bronze mirror inlaid with gold and silver, possibly by Cristoforo Foppa, known as Caradosso, Mantua or Milan, Italy, about 1495-1500. Museum no. 8717:1-1863, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Attributed to Romain des Ursins (Italian, 1493–95). Shaffron (Horse's Head Defense) of Henry II of France when Dauphin, ca. 1490–1500, redecorated 1539. Franco-Italian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1904 (04.3.253) | In the Renaissance, elaborate parade armor of fanciful design was often employed in tournaments, ceremonial entries, and court pageants.

Lady Guildford (Mary Wotton, born 1500) Copy after Hans Holbein the Younger

Folding Comb; Date: ca. 1500; Culture: Tyrolean; Medium: Boxwood; Dimensions: Overall (opened): 2 3/4 x 3 5/16 x 4 1/8 in. (7 x 8.4 x 10.5 cm) Overall (collapsed): 4 3/16 x 3 5/16 x 5/16 in. (10.6 x 8.4 x 0.8 cm); Classification: Woodwork-Miscellany; Accession Number: 1985.200