A maiolica panel or plaque depicting the Holy Virgin holding the Infant Jesus in her arms. She is dressed in "gold" with a blue cloak and a nimbus encircling her head. The Infant Jesus is depicted standing, naked, also wearing a nimbus. The scene is surmounted by two winged putti holding a crown and surrounded by a frame effect in yellow with blue hints. Underneath there is a phylactery with inscription: "LAUDATE SS MARIA ET JESUS HOMINI SALVATORE".
Moulded in relief, polychrome painted and tin-glazed on the front and sides. At the top, two holes for suspension made before glazing with a (the original?) iron suspension wire.
Tuscany. Late 17th / early 18th century.
Dimensions: 35cm x 24cm