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Ian Wardropper et al, Renaissance Jewelry in the Alsdorf Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 25, 2 (2000), pp. 47-48 and 93, no. 14.
Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, 1948.
Detroit Institute of Arts, Decorative Arts of the Italian Renaissance 1400-1600, November 18, 1958 - January 4, 1959, cat. 358.
The Baltimore Museum of Art, Renaissance Jewels and Jeweled Objects from the Melvin Gutman Collection, 1962-68, cat. 24.
Professor Luigi Grassi, Florence, later New York [sold, American Art Galleries, New York, January 20-22, 1927, no. 480]. Mrs. Henry Walters (Sarah Jones Pembroke Walters, died 1943), New York and Baltimore, her estate sale, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, November 30, December 1-4, 1943, no. 988]. Melvin Gutman, New York, by 1958; his sale, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, April 24, 1969, no. 42. E. Pinkus Antiques, Inc., New York, 1969; sold by Pinkus to James W. Alsdorf, Winnetka, Illinois, June, 1969 [copy of invoice in curatorial file]; Marilynn B. Alsdorf, Chicago; given to the Art Institute, 1992.
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