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Jug Place of origin: Montelupo Fiorentino, Italy (Probably, made) Date: ca. 1480 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware painted with metal based colours Museum number: 1568-1855

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Montelupo Fiorentino, Italy (Probably, made) Date: ca. 1480 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware painted with metal based colours Museum number:

Jug      Place of origin:      Southwark, England (probably, made)     Date:      ca. 1620 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Tin-glazed earthenware, painted     Museum number:      C.5-1974     Gallery location:      British Galleries, room 58c, case 5

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Southwark, England (probably, made) Date: ca. 1620 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware, painted Museum number: Gallery location: British Galleries, room case 5

Dish      Place of origin:      Seville, Spain (made)     Date:      1600-1650 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Tin-glazed earthenware     Museum number:      C.52-1989

Dish

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

Dish with Coat of Arms of Bishop Baglioni, Deruta, Italy, ca. 1500-1530, earthenware with tin glaze (maiolica) and luster decoration, 8.5 x 42 cm, The Walters Art Museum 48.1336

Dish with Coat of Arms of Bishop Baglioni Venetian (Italian) ca. (Renaissance) earthenware with tin glaze (maiolica) and luster decoration

Two-Handled Jar    Date:      early 15th century  Geography:      Made in, Florence, Italy  Culture:      Italian  Medium:      Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica)

Two-Handled Jar Date: early century Geography: Made in, Florence, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica) more deer imagery

Jug  Place of origin: Cafaggiolo, Italy (possibly, made)  Date: 1541 (dated)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Cafaggiolo, Italy (possibly, made) Date: 1541 (dated) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware

wine-bottle Museum number AF.3204 Description Wine-bottle, tin-glazed earthenware; painted in blue with 'birds on rock' scenes; two bands of ornament around neck, one round foot; outside of handle painted in blue; dated. Producer name Made by: Pickleherring Pottery biography Culture/period Post-Medieval term details Date 1628 Production place Made in: Southwark (Europe,British Isles,England,London,Southwark

wine-bottle Date 1628 Production place Made in: Southwark (Europe,British Isles,England,London,Southwark

Jug; tin-glazed earthenware; commemorating the Restoration of Charles II; painted in blue on a white ground with two panels enclosing a ship, building and trees at the sides and with a central medallion with crowned half-figure of Charles II in blue, yellow and manganese; rope-twisted blue handle connecting globular body to narrow flaring neck with pinched spout; neck and solid spread foot painted with stylised leaves; inscription and date.

Jug; tin-glazed earthenware; commemorating the Restoration of Charles II; painted in blue on a white ground with two panels enclosing a ship, building and trees at the sides and with a central medallion with crowned half-figure of Charles II in blue, yellow and manganese; rope-twisted blue handle connecting globular body to narrow flaring neck with pinched spout; neck and solid spread foot painted with stylised leaves; inscription and date.

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