This ceramic panel, produced in Seville using the corda seca technique, is a rare document as it portrays the arms of Dom Jorge de Almeida, bearing his motto NEQUID NIMIS (In moderation). The original use for this piece and the exact site of where it was located are unknown, but it had always been in the ownership of the Bishop's Palace before being transferred to the Museum in 1912 as part of its legacy.


  • Title: Heraldic plaque
  • Creator: Unknown author
  • Date Created: 16th century
  • Location Created: Machado de Castro National Museum, Coimbra, Portugal
  • Physical Dimensions: 49 cm x 45 cm
  • Type: Tiling
  • Rights: Photo: DGPC/ADF - Photographic Documentation Archive
  • Medium: Ceramic

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