maiolica: see majolica.
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MARVELS of MAIOLICA (Arts & Activities)
Marvels of Maiolica: Italian Renaissance Ceramics from the Corcoran Gallery of Art Collection (Arts & Activities)
Collectors' focus: maiolica: there are signs that this market is at last moving beyond its Italian roots to appeal to a wider public who want to collect Italian renaissance art at affordable prices. (Apollo)
Putting the fragments together: Montelupo's magnificent new museum of ceramics confirms the town's great importance as a centre of maiolica production from the 15th century onwards.(EXHIBITIONS) (Apollo)
Continental ceramics: ranging from Italian maiolica to German and French porcelain, this traditional area of collecting has been revitalised over the past five years by discriminating new collectors, as Angela von Wallwitz describes.(Collectors' Focus) (Apollo)
Italian inspiration: An interview with Susan Snyder (Arts & Activities)
Italian Inspiration: An Interview with Susan Snyder. (Clay Corner) (Arts & Activities)
Italian Ceramics: Catalogue of the J. Paul Getty Museum Collection.(Book Review) (Apollo)
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