462 earthenware patterns Products

Thai Earthenware Bowl with Lid
Acorn adorned Lid in colors of Grey and Cream with Hand Painted Floral Pattern from Thailand. Collectible item, one-of-a-kind. Hand wash only!
Consigned English Earthenware Tray w/ Roses & Birds Grey Chintz Decoration, Delt
$44.98 $76.50 · Only 1 Left
vintage one-of-a-kind item. Late Victorian English earthenware tray decorated with a chintz pattern of roses and other flowers and birds on grey background
One Handmade Bowl, Gigi The Parisian Gypsy Pattern, Robins Egg Blue Interior
Choice of red, yellow, or robins egg blue interior. Made of slip white earthenware thats as light as porcelain with more durability. This hand made/hand
Majolica: Table Base Orcio Frutta Pattern
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Bianca Wave Dinner Set
piece Bianca wave white 16 piece dinner set from American Atelier. - Earthenware. - Dishwasher-safe. - Four 14oz. Mugs - Four 6.5" Dia. Bowls, 32oz
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Crestly Large Vase
$35.87 $44.84 · Buy on Houzz
Cresty vase with natural appeal with its raw earthenware body decorated in a blue glazed bird and vine pattern. For a coordinated look, purchase all three
L'Objet Fortuny Dessert Plates Maori Teal, Set of 4
kindred connection that transcends time. It sets the pattern and pace of this collaboration.Earthenware Set of 4 Hand Applied 24K GoldHand Wash, Measures:
Portuguese Hand-Painted Majolica
Majolica and faience are synonymous terms, which refer to hand-painted earthenware pottery on which a tin glaze has been used. The term majolica has its
Alcobacan majolica is very distinctive and uses blues and reds in floral patterns and is usually signed Alcobaca on the bottom. Style: Majolica MAJOLICA
Large Blue & White Delft Vase Royal Sphinx
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
the last half of the 19th century until WWII. Sphinx produced over 300 patterns of transfer printed ironstone dishware for domestic consumption. The blue
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Large Consigned Vintage Blue Delft Plate Large
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Consigned Vintage Hand-Painted Italian Deruta Pharmacy
Majolica and faience are synonymous terms, which refer to hand-painted earthenware pottery on which a tin glaze has been used. The term majolica has its
Italy and dates to the 1950s. The attractive design is based on Renaissance patterns and the colors are muted green, blue, yellow, and orange. This vintage
Majolica: Extra Large Orcio Montelupo "Cornucopia:"
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Old World Candlestick
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
L'Objet Fortuny Canape Plates Set/4 Assortment
kindred connection that transcends time. It sets the pattern and pace of this collaboration.Earthenware Set/4
Consigned Vintage Blue Delft Plate Charger Boch Jolly
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Consigned Vintage Blue Delft Transferware Plate
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
the last half of the 19th century until WWII. Sphinx produced over 300 patterns of transfer printed ironstone dishware for domestic consumption. The blue
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Consigned Vintage Blue Delft Transferware Plate
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Comment: This attractive vintage Blue Delft plate has a transferware pattern featuring a sailing ship in a Dutch harbor, with a windmill in the background
the last half of the 19th century until WWII. Sphinx produced over 300 patterns of transfer printed ironstone dishware for domestic consumption. The blue
Consigned Vintage Dutch Blue Delft Mantle Mantel Clock
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Majolica: Extra Large Wall Plate "Cornucopia:" Design with Crest (28D.)
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Large Wall Plate with Putto (22D.)
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Large Consigned Vintage 1940 Majolica Ginger Jar from Holland
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Consigned Antique Blue Delft Plate Washerwoman
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Consigned Vintage Portuguese Majolica Pitcher
Majolica and faience are synonymous terms, which refer to hand-painted earthenware pottery on which a tin glaze has been used. The term majolica has its
Alcobacan majolica is very distinctive and uses blues and reds in floral patterns and is usually signed Alcobaca on the bottom. Style: Majolica MAJOLICA
Large Consigned Vintage Blue Delft Charger Plate
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
1970 Delft Plate Windmill Blue/White Royal
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
the last half of the 19th century until WWII. Sphinx produced over 300 patterns of transfer printed ironstone dishware for domestic consumption. The blue
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
L'Objet Fortuny Canape Plates Tapa Teal Set/4
kindred connection that transcends time. It sets the pattern and pace of this collaboration.Earthenware Set/4
Majolica: Large Orcio "Olio De Frantoio" (Oil-Press Olive Oil)
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Medieval Brocca Jug with "Cornucopia:" Design.
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
L'Objet Fortuny 3-Tiered Server Multi-Color
kindred connection that transcends time. It sets the pattern and pace of this collaboration.Earthenware Multi ColorHand Applied 24K GoldHand Wash: Measures:
Consigned Vintage Royal Delft Hand-Painted Ginger Jar
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
L'Objet Fortuny Dessert Plates Pergolesi Orange Set/4
kindred connection that transcends time. It sets the pattern and pace of this collaboration.Earthenware Set of 4Hand Applied 24K GoldHand WashMeasures: 8"
Consigned Antique Folk Art Delftware Ginger Jar Vase
The Delft potters were the first northerners to imitate the tin-glazed earthenware pottery of Italian majolica, or faience. Production of Delftware proliferated
for years to come! The antique ginger jar is decorated in a lovely floral pattern of pink, red and yellow flowers with blue borders. Marked by the famous
Delftware drew on Chinese designs for inspiration, but also developed European patterns. Decorative plates were made in abundance and featured native Dutch scenes
Majolica: Twisted Handle Brocca - Putto and Landscape Design
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Table Base Orcio Putto
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Orcetto Vase - Umbrella Stand
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
Majolica: Montelupo Classic Medium Orcio "Olio Di Olive"
ti, who have spent the last five centuries perfecting the tin-glazed earthenware that is today called Majolica. This beautifully executed product was created
to find. An Artistica classic, this group is also the most sophisticated pattern we carry. Hand-made by master artisans from Tuscany.
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