Italian Ceramics Photos

Beyond ceramic tiles, Italy produces some fine porcelain and ceramic items for table usage.

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Display case of Italian porcelain at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Ceramic apothecary pitcher for Orsini-Colonna type violet honey from Castelli, Italy at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Majolica cooling bowl by Don Pino of Faenza, Italy at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Italian cruet for oil & vinegar by Medici Porcelain Manuf. at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Display case of Italian porcelain at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Ceramic apothecary pitcher for Orsini-Colonna type violet honey (c1540-50) from Castelli, Italy at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Majolica cooling bowl (1576) by Don Pino of Faenza, Italy at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Italian cruet for oil & vinegar (1575-87) by Medici Porcelain Manuf. at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
School of bears porcelain sculpture by Naples Royal Porcelain Manufactory at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Capodimonte or Buen Retiro porcelain plate with flowers from Spain at Hispanic Society of America Museum. New York, NY.

School of bears porcelain sculpture (c1785) by Naples Royal Porcelain Manufactory at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Capodimonte or Buen Retiro porcelain plate with flowers (late 18th C) from Spain at Hispanic Society of America Museum. New York, NY.


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