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NOVICA Multicolor Floral Ceramic Teapot, 20 oz. 'Acapulco'

by NOVICA
Price: $85.49 Buy Now

Features:
  • Certified: comes with an official NOVICA story card certifying quality & authenticity
  • Free of lead and toxins
  • Authentic: an original NOVICA fair trade product in association with national geographic

Product description

Painted by hand with colorful glazes, festive motifs envelop a tea pot by gorky gonzalez. He works in the style of mexico's colonial majolica ceramics to create the design. The artisan signs his work "at," for alfareria tradicional (traditional ceramics).



Le Souk Ceramique Malika Design Teapot

by Le Souk Ceramique
List price: $47.81 Price: $41.96 Buy Now

Features:
  • The Le Souk Ceramique studio is located in Nabeul
  • We currently make 33 different shapes and sizes and paint our designs in all these same 33 options
  • Dishwasher-safe and microwave-safe (though not for use with oven, stovetop or freezer)

Product description

Nejma means "star" in Arabic. Wanting to create a design with the predominant color being a bright red with a geometric basis, what resulted is the most intricate and difficult design we have ever made but certainly worth the effort. Sit back and imagine a heavenly table set sumptuously with Nejma and appreciate the freehand painting by our stars, the artists of Le Souk Ceramique. The Le Souk Ceramique studio is located in Nabeul, Tunisia on the Mediterranean coast with US headquarters and distribution in Clinton, Washington State.








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Fine Majolica at Auction 02/23/15, via Maine Antique Digest

The highest price at the November sale was paid for a Minton majolica turquoise-ground teapot modeled as a flat iron with a frieze of mice around the sides and a large white cat wrapped around the handle looking down at a mouse holding a carrot. It

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Marvellous majolica 09/29/14, via Telegraph.co.uk

Not so, however, on the other side of the Atlantic, where majolica's fantastical moulded-in-relief forms and vibrantly coloured lead glazes retained numerous admirers. That's still very much the case over there, but what has changed over the last few

Minton Majolica Glazed Teapot

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Minton Majolica Glazed Teapot.

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Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2008 Price Guide

Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2008 Price Guide

Published by F+W Media, Inc 2007

ISBN 0896895319,9780896895317
1008 pages

Lists more than ten thousand items, providing descriptions, values, and identification tips for a broad spectrum of popular collectibles.

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Fine Majolica at Auction - Maine Antique Digest

This 13-piece German majolica zoomorphic kitchen canister set, circa 1900, sold for $10,800 (est. The mother duck “Oil” canister stands over her kitchen staff with their contents written across their bellies. This important Minton majolica turquoise-ground flat iron teapot has a frieze of mice around the sides and a large white cat wrapped around the handle looking down at a mouse holding a carrot. It sold on the phone for $42,000 (est. Flat iron teapots in brown or cobalt blue have come into the market in recent years. this is the only turquoise one. Collectors want them in every color. This Joseph Holdcroft salmon server, circa 1875, models a freshly caught salmon on a bed of leaves, taken from a Wedgwood design. According to the catalog, it is of superior quality, matching Minton and Wedgwood. It sold for $2280 (est. $1200/1500). Strawser. This rare pair of George Jones majolica cobalt- blue exotic wall pockets, decorated with a hummingbird and a white trumpet flower with green leaves entwining to make a hanging hole at the top, sold to a collector in the salesroom for $5520 (est. $2000/3000). Strawser. This rare George Jones compote, 9½" high x 10" wide, depicting America, from the “Continents” series, inscribed “America,” includes two buffalo, one standing and one recumbent on an earthy ground base under a large oak tree supporting a cobalt... It sold for $27,600 (est. $15,000/25,000) to a woman in the room from Texas, underbid by another collector in the salesroom. This is the only known cobalt example of the four in the series. Usually the bowls are turquoise. This monumental Hugo Lonitz exhibition jardinière, circa 1880, modeled as a leaf-covered tree trunk supporting three barrel-stave flower pots, with a large fantail turkey on the base, is the largest piece of Lonitz known. It sold to a Texas collector in the salesroom for $31,200 (est. This very rare Wedgwood majolica wicker pattern cheese keeper, decorated in French-blue basket weave panels framed with brown straps and a ring handle, all bound in green crisscross ribbons, sold on the Internet for $1860 (est. A previously unrecorded Minton five-tier turquoise oyster server, circa 1865, with a handle of entwined fish, sold for $12,000 (est. There are very few five-tier oyster servers. other Minton oyster servers have four tiers. This Minton majolica tea service included the cat and mouse flat iron teapot, a design attributed to Christopher Dresser, in a cobalt ground and with a registration mark for 1875. The 7¾" x 7½" x 4" teapot with a sugar and creamer sold on the... $40,000/60,000). The sugar has a bird finial, and the creamer has a squirrel on its handle and a fox head on its side. This majolica tortoise teapot, circa 1880, with a small shell to form the knop on the cover, the tail forming the handle, is impressed “Mintons,” with a registration mark for 1880. The 5" x 8½" x 4½" teapot sold for $25,000 (est. This Minton game pie dish and cover, circa 1876, the cover with a pair of mallard heads and a pair of hare heads, their ears joined as handles, is missing the liner. The basket weave tray has rope handles. It is impressed “Mintons,” with a date cipher for 1876, and is 11¾" x 18" x 13". It sold for $18,750 (est. The one offered at the Strawser sale failed to sell. All the collectors who wanted one apparently had one or wanted something else more at that moment. Strawser Auctions, Hatfield, Pennsylvania, and Freeman’s, Philadelphia. Photos courtesy Strawser Auctions and Freeman’s. At the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in Hyde Park, London, Herbert Minton introduced Victorian majolica, a new line of ceramics based on Renaissance designs and natural forms with rich lead-glazed colors: bright green, yellow, turquoise, and deep... This modern majolica, with roots in medieval Spain and Renaissance Italy, became immensely popular.

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Fine Majolica at Auction - 10/07/14, via Maine Antique Digest

It may be the only set to survive. Strawser. This important Minton majolica turquoise-ground flat iron teapot has a frieze of mice around the sides and a large white cat wrapped around the handle looking down at a mouse holding a carrot. It sold on the ...

Treasures: Some majolica pieces can be highly prized - 08/10/14, via Reading Eagle

Majolica covered boxes might look like cauliflowers, and a teapot might be shaped like a monkey with coconuts. In the current marketplace, the word majolica has been terribly misused, and we see it applied to ceramic objects that have an opaque glaze but ...

Poring over the details of a lovely English teapot - 10/05/13, via Daily Herald

This teapot is very pretty with its single red rose and leaves ... source says 1886), and in 1892 they built Winton Potteries to make earthenwares, majolica and china. The Grimwade brothers were successful and began acquiring other potteries, including ...

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Minton novelty majolica teapot in the shape of a fighting vulture and snake, at the Twining Teapot Gallery, Norwich Castle Museum
Photo by mdavidford on Flickr
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Novelty majolica fish teapot, at the Twining Teapot Gallery, Norwich Castle Museum
Photo by mdavidford on Flickr
Lithgow Pottery green majolica vine leaf plate. Ucommon Australian colonial pottery.
Lithgow Pottery green majolica vine leaf plate. Ucommon Australian colonial pottery.
Lithgow Pottery began in the town of Lithgow in the Blue Mountains in 1877 to produce gutter tiles and terracotta pipes for drainage works. It adopted the kangaroo as part of its logo and trade mark. From 1879 the pottery produced decorative flower pots. Quickly the range increased to include table wares, jelly moulds, bread plates, teapots etc. A chane in import duties was the deth knoll for the decorative wares in 1896. Pipes were made until the 1907 when the pottery completely closed. Its decorative pottery is now highly collectible in Australia. The best collection of Lithgow Pottery is in the Eskbank House Museum Collection in Lithgow.
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Teapot - MAJOLICA TEAPOT by Wardle & Co
Teapot - MAJOLICA TEAPOT by Wardle & Co
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