Globose form with a shallow central crease. Neck with angular inward turned roll. Arms with simple flaired and inward-turned gussets. Waist flaired to carry the fauld. Very early transition form between late 15th to early 16th c. forms and the more rounded form typical of the Maximilian style. Upper turn and gussets similar to A-216. Earlier form illustrated by A-66 and A-239. Slightly later forms illustrated by A-225 and A-216.
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