итальянская майолика

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Dish      Place of origin:      Faenza, Italy (made)     Date:      ca. 1525 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Tin-glazed earthenware     Credit Line:      Salting Collection, Bequethed by George Salting Esq.     Museum number:      C.2136-1910

Dish

Plate (Piatto) ~ Italy, Faenza ~ ~ Artist/Maker: Unknown ~ Tin-glazed earthenware ~ Victoria & Albert Museum ~ Dish depicting recumbent hound surrounded by fish motifs, on rim strapwork and leafy tufts

Intricate art on this Italian pottery by Alvaro Binaglia

Incredible plate by Alvaro Binaglia. He specializes in Renaissance portrait painting on ceramics in Deruta, often called istoriato ware.

Buste de femme de profil, plat, Italie http://onditmedievalpasmoyenageux.fr/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/03-005760.jpg

Buste de femme de profil, plat, Italie http://onditmedievalpasmoyenageux.fr/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/03-005760.jpg

G & P DERUTA - The Clay Corner

G & P Deruta is located in the heart of Deruta, one of Italy's most famous ceramic towns. G&P Deruta produces fine Italian ceramics in a wide range of designs including Geometric, Renaissance motifs, leaves, volutes and vines .

Lot : Fiasca in maiolica policroma  - Cm. 30 h. Pesaro, 1470-90 ca.  - Bibliografia:  - La[...] | Dans la vente Importants Mobilier et Peintures Anciens & une Prestigieuse Collection de Majoliques à Farsettiarte

Lot : Fiasca in maiolica policroma - Cm. 30 h. Pesaro, 1470-90 ca. - Bibliografia: - La[...] | Dans la vente Importants Mobilier et Peintures Anciens & une Prestigieuse Collection de Majoliques à Farsettiarte

A Casteldurante armorial albarello, decorated with a medallion of St. Catherine of Bari. c.1540

A Casteldurante armorial albarello, circa 1540

Maiolica- Plate (tagliere)     ca. 1500–1510 | by renzodionigi

Maiolica- Plate (tagliere) ca.

Plate

Plate

Plate Place of origin: Gubbio, Italy (probably, made) Date: ca. 1525 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Museum number: Gallery location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Asia & Europe, room case shelf 3 V&A

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