Hispano-Moresque Ware - (Ceramics Pottery Spain)

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Hispano-Moresque Ware - (Ceramics, Pottery, Spain) Spanish pottery decorated with metallic lustre pigments; the process introduced by the Moors, though it is said to have originated in Persia. Dates from the fourteenth century but most surviving early pieces are not earlier than the fifteenth century.



Maiolica: a historical treatise on the glazed and enamelled earthenwares of Italy, with marks and monograms, also some notice of the Persian, Damascus, Rhodian, and Hispano-Moresque waresMaiolica: a historical treatise on the glazed and enamelled earthenwares of Italy, with marks and monograms, also some notice of the Persian, Damascus, Rhodian, and Hispano-Moresque wares

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