A first inventory of goods was compiled for the heirs of Piero and Bartolomeo di Ligi in October 1391, and contained a listing of common household items. Bartolomeo was identified as a coppersmith, but it is unclear from the first inventory whether Piero was one as well. A second inventory, dated only to the year 1391 (f. 414r) notes that it contains items "the wife of Piero had concealed," and features a detailed description of many ornate and expensive clothing clothing items, such as a "woman's silk coat, lined with fine green cloth with 24 silver buttons on the sleeves."
- Record type: Guardianship
- Date: 19 October, 1391
- Locale: Florence, Tuscany, Italy
- Language(s): Italian
- Archival location: Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Magistrato dei pupilli avanti il principato 4
- Extent: 6 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Laura Morreale, with corrections by Sama Mammadova, and contributions by Daniel Lord Smail.
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