Category Archives: Spanish Ceramics

Ceramic cruet from Puente del Arzobispo (19th c.). El Puente del Arzobispo is a municipality located in the province of Toledo, Spain. The Province of Toledo has been the centre of handmade ceramics for well over a thousand years. The … Continue reading

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Spanish (Manises near Valencia) Plate 19th

Popular dish from the workshops of Manises, near Valencia, in Spain’s eastern Mediterranean coastal region. The plate is painted in bright colors blue, green, yellow and purple. The central theme is a bird standing on large flowers, while blue dots … Continue reading

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Hispano Moresque Ceramic Charger

A 17th century Hispano-Moresque copper lustre ceramic charger, with a banded rim decorated on the center with a stylized bird among carnations and scattered flowers (d 36 cm). Hispano-Moresque ware was a style of initially Islamic pottery created in Muslim … Continue reading

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