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ANNULAR WARE, MARBELIZED - INDICE DEL TIPO


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Nombre Tipológico:
ANNULAR WARE, MARBELIZED
Categoría Cerámica:
REFINED EARTHENWARE
Lugar de Producción:
ENGLAND
Fecha de Producción:
1782-1820
Definir Atributos:
White to light cream colored, thin, hard, compact paste

Background glaze may be very light blue on pearlware, or pale creamy yellow on creamware

Decorated with horizontal bands of color in varying widths. These can include bands of lathe turned grooves or patterns. Colors are predominantly muted earth tones including, black, olive green, tan, rust, brown, ochre yellow, grey, and pale blue.

Marbleized decorative elements occur in the widest bands, created by swirling of different colored slips applied to the vessel surface.

Slip colors are usually earth tones including green, blue, light brown, cream, dark brown and rust

Forma del Recipiente :
BOWL
CHAMBER POT
MUG
PITCHER
TEA POT
Comentarios:
Marbling is found on vases, flower pots and urns as early as 1760, but was not used in tablewares for another twenty years. While the popularity of marbling began to dramatically decline around 1820, this technique was still being used until about 1850.
Definiciones Publicadas:
Noel Hume 1969, Sussman 1997