Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing. Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, Spanish-influenced Talavera and Italian Maiolica are sub-genres. Mexican Majolica primarily differs from traditional Talavera in the art form and use of colors. Traditional Talavera is known for its intricate pattern work whereas Majolica uses more free-formMore…
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Due to the handmade nature of Majolica, colors and design may vary slightly.
2015-07-30 11:36:00I wasn\'t happy with the canister, it looked exactly like the plate I bought the face of the skull everything made it look machine done.3
by Ann Chris B.; Austin, TX on July 30, 2015
I wasn't happy with the canister, it looked exactly like the plate I bought the face of the skull everything made it look machine done. I sent it back. For the money I spent I was not happy with the colors.