This small majolica dish was made in Tuscany in the 15th century.
Majolica, or Italian maiolica, refers to an earthenware characterized by metallic reflections, mainly made in Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna. This production is influenced by the importation of Moorish Spanish ceramics that transited through the island of Mallorca.
Decorated in its center with a Gothic letter "N" surmounted by stylized leaves and geometric shapes on the marli, in yellow, green and manganese tones. This magnificent dish is in a very good state of preservation.
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