Detail showing upper, undecorated surface of enameled plate with gold-leaf decoration. The surface irregularities correspond to the presence or absence of enameled dots on the other side, indicating significant and prolonged softening of the vessel wall during the firing process (the rim area is similar to that of the footed platter shown in Figure 68a). Venice, late 15th to early 16th centuries. D. 24.1 cm. The Corning Museum of Glass (54.3.244).