The tabernacle, settled at the crossing between via Roma and via della Nave , leans to the building that, until the middle of the 19th century, was the seat of the podestà of Bagno a Ripoli. The fresco decoration was ascribed to an anonymous master, identified as “Master of Signa”, and is datable to the sixth decade of the XV century.
On the pediment is still visible an Annunciation, while the scene of the Crucifixion which stood out on the side of via della Nave, went lost. After a restoration has been brought back to light, on the side of via Roma, a St. Anthony Abbot. In the aedicule is visible a fresco, unfortunately very ruined, representing the Madonna in throne with the Infant; still readable are, on the contrary, the two angels hold-curtain, the Holy Spirit’s dove and the Blessing Christ in the medallion. On the scene’s side the image of a St. Nicholas from Bari of which remains only the ruddle, is recognizable on the right, while on the left is portrayed St. Blaise. Ascribed to Master of Signa, the work dates back to the sixth decade of the XV century.