Majolica: A Complete History and Illustrated Survey
Abrams, 1989 - Art - 240 pages
Majolica - the richly-coloured Victorian ceramics inspired by the tin-glazed maiolica of the Italian and French Renaissance - is a sought-after collectable. This book presents the history of majolica and provides information for collectors, curators, decorators, dealers and art lovers.
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American majolica artists background bowl bread trays British registry mark brown cachepots ceramic cheese bells Choisy-le-Roi clay cobalt blue collectors colors compotes Courtesy decorated designs earthenware enamel English majolica Etruscan ewer examples exhibition factory faience finial firing firm firm's floral flowers French game-pie dish garden seats George Jones glaze green Griffen handle Height included James Carr Jewitt jolica Jones & Sons Josiah Wedgwood jugs kiln kiln furniture lead glaze Lessore lily London majolica pieces manufacturers Massier Mettlach Minton majolica modeled mold monogram motifs mottled Museum naturalistic nineteenth century ornamental oxide oyster plates painted Palissy Paris pattern pieces of majolica pink pitchers platters polychrome porcelain pottery Pottery Company produced majolica Protat Renaissance saggers Sarreguemines Sevres shape Shell and Seaweed Smith and Hill Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent stoneware strawberry style sugar bowl tea services teapot Thomas Whieldon tin-glazed turquoise undersurface unmarked vases Victorian majolica wares Wedgwood & Sons Whieldon yellow