antique ceramics/maiolica

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Italian Renaissance period maiolica dish with the mark of Virgiliotto Calamelli...
Circular Renaissance pottery dish with elaborate blue scrolling decoration, the center panel with a ducal armorial in polychrome colours of a Cardi...
John Howard
17th Century Italian Antique Maiolica Centerpiece with Emblem
A rare and charming Italian centerpiece from the seventeenth century. Decorated centerpiece with Italian emblem. In 17th century these objects of h...
Mobili del Passato SRL
Late 17th Century Majolica Triangular Table Salt, Spanish, circa 1690 - 1700.
Late 17th Century Majolica Triangular Table Salt, Spanish, circa 1690 - 1700. The white lead glazed triangular salt with three recesses, with da...
Beedham Antiques Ltd.
White Majolica Table Salt, Italian, circa 1660 -1680.
Mid 17th Century White Majolica Table Salt, Italian, circa 1660 -1680. The all white lead glazed salt with circular ribbed upper salt recess abo...
Beedham Antiques Ltd.
Comependiario Majolica Bowl, Italian, circa 1600 - 1620.
Late 16th / Early 17th Century Comependiario Majolica Bowl, Italian, circa 1600 - 1620. The white lead glazed deep fluted bowl with compendiario...
Beedham Antiques Ltd.
Antique majolica ceramic cheese keeper by George Jones
This delightful cheese keeper (or cover) was created by the important ceramic manufacturer, George Jones (English, c.1861-1951). Based in Stoke-on-...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Two 19th Century Sarreguemines pottery majolica stands
These charming majolica stands (or pedestals) were crafted in the late 19th Century by the French Sarreguemines factory. Sarreguemines pottery was ...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Mid-17th Century Italian Majolica Faience Delft Savona Charger, circa 1670
A large and rare Italian Savona blue and white charger dating 1670. The large shaped plated decorated with so-called "tappezzeria" pattern (meanin...
Raymond Horneman
Two large Renaissance style majolica drip-glazed urns on plinths
These urns on plinths have been crafted from majolica, a painted earthenware. The two have been finished with a drip-glaze, which means that the gr...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Victorian Majolica Boy & Grape Cart
A 19th century Victorian glazed earthen ware pottery figure. The figure is of a boy pulling a grape cart in the style of Joseph Holdcroft. Th...
Graham Smith Antiques
Pair of 19th Century majolica Palissy ware plates with snakes and lizards
This truly magical pair of decorative Portuguese plates in the Palissy style are of circular form, and are both exceptionally detailed. The plates ...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
19th Century majolica jardiniere by Minton and Carlo Marochetti
This exquisite jardiniere was manufactured by the celebrated English company Minton, who are famous for their ceramics. It was designed by Baron Ca...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Antique majolica bowl with cat by Jerome Massier
This charming and playful model is crafted in majolica by Jerome Massier, who, together with his cousins, revived the production of majolica-ware i...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Antique Palissy Ware Jug
19th century antique pallissy ware jar with frogs, snake and snail decoration on yellow glaze. Palissy ware is a 19th-century term for ceramics ...
Hares Antiques
19th Century Majolica Cherub Group
A mid 19th century majolica pottery group. The scene is two cherubs carrying a bucket, across greenery. This is a pretty piece with one cherub...
Graham Smith Antiques
A majolica ceramic garden seat
The seat attractively glazed in pastel colours and decorated with three griffin-like creatures
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.