Ceramic Plates

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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.

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.

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

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

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

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

Paterna-Lleida

Paterna-Lleida

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

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

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 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Maiolica Arcaica

Maiolica Arcaica

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