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Victorian majolica properly refers only to two types of earthenware made in the second half of the 19th century in Europe and America, but the term is sometimes used for other types of glazed pottery.
The mass-produced earthenware decorated with coloured lead glazes,[1] made in Britain, Europe and the US; typically hard-wearing, surfaces moulded in relief, vibrant translucent glazes, in Revivalist or naturalistic or High Victorian style often with an element of whimsy.
The rare tin-glazed earthenware made in Britain only, primarily by Mintons from 1848 to circa 1880, typically with flat surfaces, opaque white glaze with brush painted decoration somewhat in the styles of Italian Renaissance maiolica tin-glazed pottery.
Plate- 7.75 x 1.25
Pitcher 7 x 5.5w
Dimensions
in
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Three Piece Antique Majolica Collection

Estimate $100 - $200Feb 16, 2019
Starting Price $50
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