Plate from Manises (earthenware) Intended for the aristocracy, earthenware workshops Manises (Valencia, Spain) is one of the most beautiful in terms of European ceramics in the eleventh century.

Moorish Spain produced some of the finest ceramics in Europe in the C.

Islamic pottery; category Sultanabad ware mid 13th to mid 14th century

category Sultanabad ware mid to mid century

Bowl, Earthenware with White slip and Polychrome Decoration. Gurgan, Iran, Islamic, 11th century.

Bowl, Earthenware with White slip and Polychrome Decoration. Object Name: Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Gurgan

The Alhambra Vase, Spain, late 14th-early 15th century

indigenousdialogues: “ The Alhambra Vase Late - Early century Nasrid period Earthenware painted over glaze H: W: cm Spain “Mariano Fortuny, the famed textile and costume designer,.

Paterna-Lleida

Paterna-Lleida

Hispano-Moresque dish with a bird decoration, ceramic, tin-glazed earthenware (majolica), Manises, Spain, 1430–50; in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Diameter 35.56 cm.

Hispano-Moresque ware

Dish with Bird. Ca Tin-glazed earthenware maiolica. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Plate with the Name "Maria" Plate with the Name "Maria", c. 1437 Spain, Valencia, 15th century tin-glazed earthenware, gold lustre, Diameter - w:46.70 cm (w:18 3/8 inches) Overall - h:5.80 w:47.00 cm (h:2 1/4 w:18 1/2 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1944.292

1437 plate with the name "Maria" (Spain, Valencia) - tin-glazed earthenware, gold lustre (diam.) - Cleveland Museum of Art

Maiolica Arcaica

Maiolica Arcaica

Maker(s): Unknown; pottery; possibly Unknown; pottery; possibly Category: tin-glazed earthenware Name(s): two-handled bowl maiolica; category maiolica arcaica; category Date: circa 1275 — 1375 School/Style: maiolica arcaica Period(s): 13th Century; 14th Century; Medieval

tin glaze over cream earthenware body decorated with copper and manganese oxides.

Iran - Nishapur Bowl, 10th century Ceramic; Vessel, Earthenware, underglaze slip-painted

A collection of over 230 ceramic objects (vessels) at the Islamic Art Exhibit of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Technique Description earthenware; tin-glazed off-white inside, lead-glazed pale yellowish-brown on the exterior, base unglazed; painted in dark manganese and copper-green. Dimensions height: (whole): 7.7 cm diameter: (base): 17.2 cm diameter: (whole): 30.5 cm Period 14th Century 15th century Medieval Date circa 1350 to 1450

beautiful medieval maiolica arcaica bowl made in the century in the town of orvieto in umbria, italy.

Two-Handled Bowl with Fish Two-Handled Bowl with Fish Date: 1400–1430 Geography: Made in Tuscany or Umbria, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Tin-glazed earthenware

Two-Handled Bowl with Fish Date: Geography: Made in Tuscany or Umbria, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Tin-glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 3 x 13 x 11 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile

Dish with Peacock Design Object Name: Dish Date: early century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic

Dish Manises, Spain, 1440-1460 (made) Tin-glazed earthenware with lustre and cobalt decoration

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Manises, Spain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware with lustre and cobalt decoration Museum number:

Plato mozarabe,proveniente de España,siglo XII-XIV

Basin, Early-mid century (late Medieval) earthenware with underglaze and luster decoration Manises, Valencia, Spain (?

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