Definition of Majolicas
1. majolica [n] - See also: majolica
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Majolicas
Literary usage of Majolicas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1879)
"... near the cathedral, contains a collection of bronzes and other antiquities from S. Tyrol, Egyptian antiquities, majolicas, Japanese curiosities, etc. ..."
2. Illustrated Catalogue of the Canessa Collection of Rare and Valuable Objects by C. Canessa, Ercole Canessa, Ernest Govett, Stella Rubinstein, Arduino Colasanti (1919)
"majolicas OF THE XV AND XVI CENTURIES A large part of the ... They represent the first period of Italian majolicas—that epoch when the artists went to Spain ..."
3. Austria, Including Hungary, Transylvania, Dalmatia, and Bosnia: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1900)
"In the central cases: Spanish-Saracenic majolicas (15-18th cent.); Italian majolicas (mostly 16th cent.); Delft ware (17- 18th cent. ..."
4. In Tuscany: Tuscan Towns, Tuscan Types and the Tuscan Tongue by Montgomery Carmichael (1906)
"The majolicas of Andrea della Robbia in the Church of San Lorenzo at Bibbiena are of surpassing beauty, but the castle and donjon of the once powerful ..."
5. The Wedgwoods: Being a Life of Josiah Wedgwood; with Notices of His Works by Llewellynn Frederick William Jewitt (1865)
"The principal painter of these majolicas is M. Emile ... His majolicas have the advantage of bearing his name, written on the painting itself, ..."
6. Italy : Handbook for Travellers: Third Part, Southern Italy and Sicily, with by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1893)
"majolicas from Castelli in the Abruzzi (Collection Bongki)t interesting as specimens of a local industry, ... The remainder of the collection of majolicas. ..."
7. The Collected Writings of Hermann August Seger by Hermann August Seger (1902)
"While in the older Italian majolicas, which are to be looked upon as the starting point of the French pottery industry, there was a separation of the ..."