This picnic plate features a detail from Bordone's Portrait of a Young Woman. Made from melamine, this picnic plate is strong yet lightweight, making it ideal for indoor or outdoor use.
Durable and stain resistant, these picnic plates stack neatly for storage.
The subject of Portrait of a Young Woman was formerly believed to be a lady of the Brignole family from Genoa. The fashionable costume suggests the dating of about 1550. It is possibly a pendant to (made to be hung beside) a portrait of a young man now in the Uffizi, Florence, which is of a similar size and date, has a related background, and is complementary to it in pose.