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Italian Majolica Ceramics - Patterns

The cultural and historical impact of the Italian ceramics is astonishing, while these collectible and useable pieces have been around since the renaissance period they are still truly breathtaking in there individual beauty and durability. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted as well as hand painted in a small town south of Tuscany called Deruta for you. No two pieces are exactly alike and all the pieces will show the Italian passion for their Trade.

Limoni/Frutta
This timeless Italian pattern will bring Italy to you with its lemons, pears, pomegranate, and cherries.
Floreale Rosso
This is a newer pattern that we have worked with the artisans to develop, as we adopted it from the "Frutta Rosso" patterns.
Frutta Rosso This is a newer pattern that we have worked with the artisans to develop, it is available in any shape we list if you desire.
     
Deruta Antica
The original version of this pattern was called "Ricco Deruta" and it has been reworked to create subtle variations from its original form to create "Deruta Antica". This pattern was based on the works of 16th century designers and was taken from frescos and paintings of that period.
Raffaellesco:
The central motif of the Raffaellesco pattern is stylized dragon. The dragon was reputedly first painted by Raphael, the master painter and architect of the Italian High Renaissance. Raffaellesco is benevolent deity, bestowing good luck and fair wind to the seagoing merchants of the era. You will notice the puffs of wind exhaling from Raffaellesco mouth. Raffaellesco is one of the most popular and enduring majolica patterns. Raffaellesco mixes and matches excellently with Deruta
Arabesco:
This is one of the truly loved patterns of the "Derutese" and is based upon a 17th century Calligraphic works. Today's version varies with many different colors that are applied to shapes never dreamed of by the original potters.
     
 
Galleto Blu
The Blue Rooster is what its name means; this is relatively new design that was developed in the 19th century. This pattern is although based on 13th and 14th century blue and white works and the rooster was added into the design in the 19th century.
Galleto Verde
The Green Rooster is what its name means; this is relatively new design that was developed in the 19th century. This pattern is although based on 13th and 14th century green and white works.
 

 

   

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