Majolica

DEFINITION

A type of earthenware which originated during the Renaissance. It is coated with a tin glaze which produces the effect of a rich, enameled surface. Majolica is often lustered. Although the name majolica is derived from Majorca (an island east of Spain from which Italy imported early specimens from Islamic Spain), the name is often reserved for Italian examples.(pr. mi:-AH-lə-kə)Faience and Delftware have been made in imitation of majolica.Also see antimony.

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