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Vase, with Cover  Antonio Patanazzi   Date: ca. 1580 Culture: Italian (Urbino) Medium: Maiolica (tin-enameled earthenware)

Vase, with Cover Antonio Patanazzi Date: ca. 1580 Culture: Italian (Urbino) Medium: Maiolica (tin-enameled earthenware) Really Beautiful!

#Maiolica  --  Tin-glazed Earthenware Wine jar (Orcio da vino)  --  1610-20  --  Italian  --  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Majolica-Tin-glazed Earthenware Wine jar (Orcio da vino) -- -- Italian -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

A   Maiolica ( tin glazed earthenware ) pilgrim bottle made in Urbino, Italy. 1560 – 1580

Maiolica pilgrim bottle made in Urbino, Italy. 1560 – 1580 V Museum, Lodon

Lidded pharmacy jar with the personification of FortunaDate:1579Culture:Italian, probably PesaroMedium:Maiolica

Vase, Drug, with Cover Date: dated 1579 Culture: Italian (Castel Durante) Medium: Maiolica (tin-enameled earthenware)

Orazio Fontana (Urbino, Workshop of) | Vase, ca. 1565-1571 | British Museum, Waddesdon Bequest

Large vase of oval form; On the shoulders two double-serpent handles; Earthenware covered inside and out with a presumed tin-glaze; Painted on one side two semi-naked men , one reclining on a vase, the other pours water be

A Famille Rose Vase, Qing Dynasty, H 42cm

A Famille Rose Vase, Qing Dynasty, H 42cm

Antoine Sigalon: Pilgrim flask with stopper (41.49.9a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tin glazed earthenware pilgrim flask with stopper by Antoine Sigalon France 1581

Jug  Date: early 16th century Culture: Italian (Caffaggiolo) (?) Medium: Maiolica (tin-enameled earthenware)

Date: early century Culture: Italian, Montelupo Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

CHINESE CLOISSONE ENAMEL URN. :More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

CHINESE CLOISSONE ENAMEL URN. :More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

ANTIQUE ITALIAN CANTAGALLI LARGE URN SHAPED VASE ~ DAMAGE in Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Pottery, Continental | eBay

ANTIQUE ITALIAN CANTAGALLI LARGE URN SHAPED VASE ~ DAMAGE in Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Pottery, Continental | eBay

Renaissance style Italian majolica charger with sacrificial scene from Classical antiquity of the martyrdom of a virgin (signed in scene) F. Pesaro. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Renaissance style Italian majolica charger with sacrificial scene from Classical antiquity of the martyrdom of a virgin (signed in scene) F. Pesaro. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: ca. 1470–80 Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. 14 13/16 in. (37.6 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: 1975.1.1067 On view in Gallery 950

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: ca. Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 950

Sevres French Porcelain And Gilt Brass Covered Urn   c.19th Centurty

Learn more about Sevres Style French Porcelain & Gilt Brass Covered Urn available at Cottone Auctions.

VASO CON EPISODI DELLA STORIA DI MOSÈ Castelli, Carlo Antonio Grue, fine del XVII secolo - inizio del XVIII secolo. Collezione Paparella-Treccia, Pescara

VASO CON EPISODI DELLA STORIA DI MOSÈ Castelli, Carlo Antonio Grue, fine del XVII secolo - inizio del XVIII secolo. Collezione Paparella-Treccia, Pescara

Porcelain urn vase with cover by Sevres, France 19th Cent.

Porcelain urn vase with cover by Sevres, France Cent.

This item is a Venetian Wet Drug jar, A very large one in ovoid form and maybe unique with the seamonster handles. This would have loosened up the glaze over time and then the owners before me wiped it as if it were glass thereby causing the loss and explaining why that area does not look too aged as opposed to the other more common areas of loss such as the foot or the lip where the exposed areas have aged nicely. | eBay!

Venetian Wet Drug Jar lead-glazed stoneware majolica circa 1560-70 Italian

This item is a Venetian Wet Drug jar, A very large one in ovoid form and maybe unique with the seamonster handles. This would have loosened up the glaze over time and then the owners before me wiped it as if it were glass thereby causing the loss and explaining why that area does not look too aged as opposed to the other more common areas of loss such as the foot or the lip where the exposed areas have aged nicely. | eBay!

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