For the triangular-shaped salt dated 1532 from the Pucci Service now in the British Museum, see J.V.G. Mallet, Exhibition Catalogue, Xanto Pottery-Painter, Poet, Man of the Italian Renaissance, London, The Wallace Collection, 2007, pp. 122-3, cat. no. 37, which is decorated with similar cupids and trophies. John Mallet refers to two other known triangular-shaped salts with champhered corners; the first by Xanto, signed F.X., is in the Kunstgewerbe-museums, Berlin, and the second, attributed to the Milan Marsyas Painter, is in the Chicago Art Institute.