The Stemma shows the coat-of-arms of the parents of the spouses. The Michelozzi coat-of-arms is depicted in the first quarter. Antonio Michelozzi's father, Francesco di Giovanni Battista, was married to Margherita di Giovan Battista di Niccoló Capponi, whose coat-of-arms are in the third quarter. The coat-of-arms of the brides's father, Pier Giovanni di Cosimo Geraldini are in the second quarter, and those of his wife, who must have been a Covoni, in the fourth.
There were two Michelozzi families in Florence in the sixteenth century. One lived in the district of San Giovanni yet their coat-of-arms is unknown; the other lived in the district of Santo Spirito. Their coat-of-arms is identical to this one and is depicted three times on the main altar of the Church of Santo Spirito, Florence.
The still life painter Bartolomeo Ligozzi trained with his father Francesco, the nephew of the famous Jacopo. Exapmles of his work are in the Galleria della Satue in the Palazzo Pitti, Florence. Vincenzo Dandini's style is like his brother's Cesare, embedded in the Florentine Baroque, and betrays the profound impact of Pietro da Cortona's work in the Palazzo Pitti.