In terms of style and composition the two present enamels relate very closely to two works in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, by Jean III Pénicaud (loc. cit.). The attribution of the present enamels to Pénicaud is based on the virtually indentical facial features of all the female figures on the tazza (ibid, no. 56.) in the above collection, as well as their anatomies and the painter's confidence in leaving large areas of background undecorated. This latter, highly distinctive stylistic trait, is of particular interest as it contradicts the general style of the Limoges enamellers at the time who were well known for their fastidious decoration of large areas of the background. Here, Pénicaud has given the figures in his compositions more prominence by leaving the background undecorated, thereby accentuating the strong contrast between the blue and white which, in turn, makes the figues more striking.