Valencian styles of Hispano-Moresque pottery, 1404-1454, etc. a companion to the Apuntes sobre cerámica morisca of the late G. J. de Osma by Albert Van de Put

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  • Pottery -- Spain -- History.,
  • Pottery, Islamic

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Other titlesHispano-Moresque pottery, The Valencian styles of.
ContributionsOsma y Scull, Guillermo Joaquín de$
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LC ClassificationsNK4124.V3 V3
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Paginationvii p., 3 l., 3-99 p., 1 l.
Number of Pages99
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Antique Hispano-Moresque pottery wares are tin glazed and painted using a copper oxide (occasionally in the earlier pieces it was used in conjunction with silver oxide) and sometimes cobalt blue. Initially the main centres of production were at Malaga, Almeria, Murcia and Granada.

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Hispano-Moresque ware, tin-glazed, lustred earthenware made by Moorish potters in Spain, chiefly at Málaga in the 15th century, and in the region of Manises, near Valencia, in the 1404-1454 century. The tin glaze was applied over a design usually traced in cobalt blue; after the first firing, the lustre, a metallic pigment, was applied by brush over the tin glaze, and the piece was fired again.

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A set of 14 fragments of Hispano-Moresque glazed ceramic tiles provided by the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha in Coimbra were analysed. Fig. 1 shows some samples where all the representative colours (white, blue, green, brown or black and amber) are depicted. The samples analysed comprised a representative set of the most common patterns and decoration techniques excavated in the Cited by: Hispano-Moresque ware was a style of initially Islamic pottery created in Muslim Spain, which continued to be produced under Christian rule in styles blending Islamic and European elements.

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I), and in the book La Cerarmica Trecen-tista en los Paises de la Corona de Jragon (Barcelona, I), I myself tried to investigate on a large documentary basis the first phases of Aragonese, Valencian, and Catalan pottery after the reconquest of Valencia (I).

I had previously undertaken research in the archives of Barcelona, Valencia. Josep Collell Miguel Molet. Miguel Molet uses thorough treatment of his clays with polishing during the development of the piece or terra sigellata in preparing his pre-fired pots, a technique which has been revived by contempoary ceramicists, from ancient procedures dating back to BC in further finishes his pieces with smoking techniques, either naked Raku, carbonation in a.

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It was the most elaborate and luxurious pottery being produced in Europe until the Italian maiolica industry developed sophisticated styles in the 15th century, and was exported over. A HISPANO-MORESQUE LUSTRE POTTERY ALBARELLO, VALENCIA, PROBABLY MANISES, 15THTH CENTURY tin-glazed earthenware, of waisted cylindrical form, on rim foot, overhanging lip, decorated in lustre with stylised floral forms on cobalt ground 29cm high Lustre painting on blue ground is relatively rare in both Spanish and Islamic Mamluk pottery.

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