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AMANCLAN POLYCHROME - TYPE INDEX


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Type Name:
AMANCLAN POLYCHROME
Category:
MAJOLICA
Production Origin:
MEXICO
Production Date Range:
1800-1900
Defining Attributes:
Cream to peach-colored paste, usually with heavy sand tempering.

Designs in orange or rust and black or dark brown, on an off-white background.

Banded decoration, often surrounding wavy line and dots most common, floral decorations may also occur.

Decoration on rim and body.

Vessel Forms:
CUP
PLATE
Comments:
Seifert (1977) believes that this type was most likely produced in Puebla, Mexico.
Published Definitions:
Seifert 1977