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Historical ceramics, Chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Gubbio Print

Historical ceramics, Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Historical ceramics: 1) Hirschvogel tile (German, 16th century); 2) Satsuma bowl (Japanese); 3) Vase from Delft (Fayence, Dutch, 18th century); 4) Glazed clay relief by Luca della Robbia (Florence, ca. 1500); 5) Vase (Chinese); 6) Crest tile (German, 16th century); 7) Jug in BA?ttger stoneware (Meissen, 18th century); 8) Palissy bowl (French, 16th century); 9) Spanish Moorish Majolica pot (14th century); 10) Plate of Urbino (Italian majolica, 16th century); 11) Wedgwood pot (English, 18th century); 12) Bowl of Caffagiolo (Italian majolica, 16th century); 13) Bowl (Persian, 16th century); 14) Henry deux vessel (French, 16th century); 15) PA?te-sur-pA?te porcelain (by Thomas Minton, English, 19th century); 16) Meissen coffee pot (Saxon, 18th century); 17) Bowl of Gubbio (Italian majolica, 1519). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

The town and the biggest Christmas Tree of the world, Gubbbio, Umbria, Italy, Europe Featured Gubbio Print

The town and the biggest Christmas Tree of the world, Gubbbio, Umbria, Italy, Europe

© Lorenzo Mattei

Architectural, Architecture, Bright Light, Building Exterior, Christmas, Christmas Decoration, Christmas Tree, Color, Color Image, Colour, Colour Image, Elevated View, Europe, European, Glowing, Gubbio, Horizontal, Illuminated, Italy, Landmark, Large, Majestic, Mountain, National Landmark, Night, Night Time, No One, No People, Outdoors, Outside, Photography, Place Of Interest, Purple, Tourist Destination, Town, Townscape, Tradition, Traditional, Traditional Culture, Travel, Travel Destination, Tree, Umbria, Winter

Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Gubbio Print

Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). 'Fig 1: Lower termination of a Madonna-relief by the Robbia-school. Fig 2: Surface-pattern on the vestry-fountain in the church St. Maria novella at Florence. Figs 3-5: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Faenza. Fig 6: Belly-decoration on a handled vase from the same. Figs 7-9: Profile-decorations on a vase from the same. Fig 10: Profile-decoration on an inkstand from the same. Figs 11-13: Border-decorations on dishes from the same. Figs 14-19: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Chaffagiolo. Fig 20: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Gubbio. Figs 21-23: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Urbino. Figs 24-27: Divers vessels from the manufactory at Urbino. Fig 28: Dish from the manufactory at Pesaro. Fig 29: Border-decoration on a dish from the manufactory at Pesaro...The earthenware called 'majolica' in all probability derives its name from the island of Majorca, where glazed pottery was extensively manufactured, especially by the Moors, and whence this art found its way into Italy. In our days the term 'majolica' is generally applied to all finer fayence-ware, when executed with more care than coarser pottery i. e. to such earthenware, the main substance of which is potter's clay covered with nontransparent glaze, and coloured'. Plate 55 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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