Designs for bases, pitchers, capitals, lecturns, and wall brackets are scattered across the sheet. Most are quickly sketched and elaborate on the theme of scrolling designs.
This sheet contains a variety of quick designs for a variety of decorative objects: brackets and consoles, vases, capital, furniture. There is an interconnectedness in the designs based on tight scrolling features (brackets, handles, volutes in the capital) and how that is applied to different materials and functions.
Pattern between sketches 4 and 5 noted: these are not cut as Byzantine leaves generally are but like this; arrow points to detail: no groove in the center Notation referring to moulding between sketches 2 and 3: these mouldings run right down and between Bases. A little head forms check block
Inscription above the beam: Flatly carved in the wood ; below: Venice April 1st Notation next to band of ornamentation on right of shield: carved Inscribed: capital in COURTYARD ST. GREGORIO VENICE April 2nd 91 Directly above drawing of capital with acanthus leaves, labelled: WROT IRON GRILL