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Hispano-Moresque lustreware lidded ewer - CB.216
Origin: Manises, Spain
Circa: 19 th Century AD
Dimensions: 15.5" (39.4cm) high
Collection: Islamic Art
Style: Hispano-Moresque
Medium: Terracotta

Additional Information: AS

Location: Great Britain
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In the early 14th century, under the reign of Jaime I, the lordship of of the city of Manises was acquired by the Boil family, which introduced from Andalusia, especially from Malaga, the savoir-faire of lusterware pottery. Manises ceramics of golden and blue lusterware prevailed throughout Europe until the late 16th century, being known in many places as "work of Valencia" or "Mallorca", because of the origin of the seafarers who traded with it. - (CB.216)


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