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the name faïence (or the synonymous English 'delftware') being reserved for the later wares of the 17th Century onwards, either in original styles (as in the case of the French) or, more frequently, in the Dutch-Chinese (Delft) tradition." Tin glazing creates a brilliant white, opaque surface for painting.The colours are applied as metallic oxides or as fritted underglazes to the unfired glaze, which absorbs pigment like fresco, making errors impossible to fix, but preserving the brilliant colors.Another influence on the pottery was French motifs.
The maker's mark is a JT, underneath which reads the word Delft accompanied by the date code, artist's initials and style number.
Continue Reading Another way to identify Delft pottery is to look at the date stamp.
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Tin-glazed, multi-colored earthenware was pioneered in Moorish Spain with the style known as majolica, which was soon copied and spread to other parts of...
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