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About Majolica

The word 'majolica' is the English pronunciation used to refer to all tin-glazed pottery, however, it is also applies more specifically to the ceramics produced by the well known Minton and Wedgwood pottery companies during the nineteenth century in England. History The technique of applying an opaque glaze to earthenware had been around for centuries, particularly in the Middle East and parts of Spain well before its use spread to England. It is thought that the term 'majolica' refers to the island of Majorca which was an important part of the trade route of ceramics during the Middle Ages. Early examples of 'maiolica' to give its proper Italian spelling, date from around the fifteenth century. The advantage of majolica ware was that with its white glaze, it imitated the look of fine Chinese porcelain but was not as expensive to produce. Minton The Minton pottery company developed a technique which used lead in the glaze for their pottery rather than tin, but used the term 'majolica' to refer to this range of ceramic ware. Its actual name was Palissy ware, but it became known popularly as majolica and the name remained. Palissy ware was incredibly popular because of its very colourful appearance and bold designs. Some pieces used striking representations of creatures like lobsters and fish. Collectable Original majolica ware from Italy is highly valuable due to its age. Majolica made by English manufacturers like Wedgwood, Minton and Holdcroft is highly collectable and popular on the antiques market. It can be difficult to value pieces of majolica because they were produced by various factories and are equally various in their quality.