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Pharmacy Jar, first half 15th century, probably made in Manises, Valencia, Spain. Tin-glazed earthenware.

Pharmacy jar. Early 15th century. Spain. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Old Bizen Waterjar, late 16th century

Two-Handled Jar Date: early 15th century Geography: Made in, Florence, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica)

Old apothecary jar - I love collecting these we have a large collection in the store

'Bottle (Refredador)', first half of 16th century, Spanish (Valencia), Tin-glazed earthenware with luster, Met collection.

Pharmacy Jar Date: second half 15th century Geography: Made in, Manises, Valencia, Spain Culture: Spanish

Rice bow, Seto ware, late Edo period #ceramics #Japanese_ceramics #pottery #Japanese_pottery #bowl

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Valencia, Spain (probably, made) 1375-1400 (made) Earthenware with overglaze lustre decoration The lustre technique was introduced to Spain from Egypt as early as the 12th century. In the 13th century, Muslim-ruled Málaga was the main centre of production, but in the 14th century, Christian-ruled Valencia took over. Potters there continued to use Islamic designs, such as the bands resembling Arabic calligraphy on this jar. #albarello #spain #14thcentury