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Glazed and Confused

Glazed and Confused

Glazed and Confused

A look at English, American and Continental Victorian majolica and faience from a historical, aesthetic and collectible point of view.

Glazed and Confused

A look at English, American and Continental Victorian majolica and faience from a historical, aesthetic and collectible point of view.

majolica pottery | 20: Majolica Pottery Frog Vase : Lot 20

Glazed and Confused: English, American & Continental Victorian Majolica: Frogs, Frogs Frogs!

Antique Majolica Grapevine Pedestal on OneKingsLane.com. This is a style initiated by Wedgwood and used by Griffen Smith and Hill. This might be by a third manufacturer.

Antique Majolica Grapevine Pedestal on OneKingsLane.com. This is a style initiated by Wedgwood and used by Griffen Smith and Hill. This might be by a third manufacturer.

Minton Fox Glove Jardiniere and under plate. Photo from Martha Stewart Magazine.

Minton Majolica Bamboo Jardiniere and under plate as photographed for Martha Stewart Magazine.

Minton Majolica Strawberry Jardiniere

New Razer Deathadder Infrared Gaming Mouse with 3500 DPI

George Jones majolica tureen with quail family & rabbits

George Jones & Sons Majolica Casserole Dish with Placid Forest Scene with Rabbits and a Nesting Dove Handle 1880

American Arsenal Pottery Majolica Blackberry Basketweave Plate

American Arsenal Pottery Majolica Blackberry Basketweave Plate

WEDGWOOD shells on waves majolica turquoise teapot, : Lot 0665

George Jones Majolica, cobalt blue, Wheat and Daisy Cheese Dome and Underplate. England, 1870's

George Jones Majolica, cobalt blue, Wheat and Daisy Cheese Dome and Underplate.

French Antique Majolica "Ecole D'Auteuil Impressionist Floral Bowl Circa: 1890

French Majolica 'Ecole D'Auteuil' Impressionist floral bowl, ca Antique.

Minton Majolica Peacock. This one looks the same as one that survived the shipwreck of the Loch Ard in 1854. It is in the Flagstaff Hill Museum in Warnambool Victoria, Australia.

The Minton majolica Peacock 39 pieces of magnificent Minton pottery have been saved for the nation by the Potteries Museum and Art Galler