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Deruta Italian Pottery Hand Painted Geometrico Vario Large Plate Platter 12" | eBay

Deruta Italian Pottery Hand Painted Geometrico Vario Large Plate Platter 12" | eBay

Large basins have been depicted in Italian paintings and manuscripts in scenes of dining and cleansing. Washing hands prior to dining and during the meal itself was a standard custom in 15th century Italy. This dish, or basin, may have been used for washing and then kept on display on a sideboard to show off its fine decoration. The basin is covered with a tin-opacified glaze which gives a bright white covering on which the design is painted. This type of decorative glazing is known as maiol

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Btn-link Link to this page Btn-print Print this page Earthenware albarello, painted in blue in, and with two tones of luster over, an opaque, white glaze Manises, Spain; 1st half of 15th century H: 29.5 cm Both faience and the luster technique reached Muslim Spain from Iraq by way of Egypt. In the middle of the 13th century, high-quality lusterware was made in Malaga, from which it spread with Muslim craftsmen to Christian Spain. This “Spanish-Moorish” pottery was exported e.g. to Italy.

half of C Manises, Spain, earthenware albarello painted in blue in, and with two tones of luster over, an opaque white glaze.

AN ITALIAN MAIOLICA ALBARELLO CIRCA 1460-80, PROBABLY PESARO 10 5/8 in. (27 cm.) H

AN ITALIAN MAIOLICA ALBARELLO CIRCA 1460-80, PROBABLY PESARO 10 5/8 in. (27 cm.) H

A Londra si parla di Maiolica Medievale Orvietana. Una conferenza di Lucio Riccetti all'Istituto Italiano di Cultura

A Londra si parla di Maiolica Medievale Orvietana. Una conferenza di Lucio Riccetti all'Istituto Italiano di Cultura

Albarello Kings of Castile and Léon, 1435 – 1460 CE Spain (Valencia) Earthenware, pigments, lustre painting PO.394.2006

Albarello Kings of Castile and Léon, 1435 – 1460 CE Spain (Valencia) Earthenware, pigments, lustre painting

Drug jar | V&A Place of origin: Italy (made) Date: ca. 1450 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Buff-coloured earthenware covered in tin-glaze and painted in high-firing oxides

Drug jar

Drug jar, ca. 1450 (made). Jug of tin-glazed earthenware, painted, Italy (Florentine zone), Museum Number

Cerámica Artística Valencia – Azulejos y Gres - Azulejo Medieval "Socarrat" - Azulejos socarrat - Galera

Cerámica Artística Valencia – Azulejos y Gres - Azulejo Medieval "Socarrat" - Azulejos socarrat - Galera

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