- a style of glazed earthenware
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The centre for tin-glazed earthenware in Holland from the mid- 16th to mid-18th centuries, which profoundly influenced the course of European ceramics. Delft potters and decorators finally established the move away from Italian maiolica styles and colours towards the blue and white colour schemes and decorative techniques of chinese export porcelai
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Same as Delftware
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a style of glazed earthenware; usually white with blue decoration
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• (n.) Same as Delftware.
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gemeente (municipality), western Netherlands. It lies along the canalized Schie River between Rotterdam and The Hague. Founded in 1075 and chartered ... [4 related articles]
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Delft (delft) , city (1994 pop. 91,941), South Holland prov., W Netherlands. It has varied industries and is noted for its ceramics (china, tiles, and pottery) known as delftware. Founded in the 11th cent. and chartered in 1246, Delft was an important commercial center until superseded (17th cent.) ...
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Town in South Holland province, the Netherlands, on the Schie Canal, 14 km/9 mi northwest of Rotterdam; population (2006 est) 95,100. It is known worldwide for its pottery and Delftware porcelain. Other industries include engineering, electronic equipment and cable production, and printing. There is a technical university, founded in 1863. ...
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The centre for tin-glazed earthenware in Holland from the mid- 16th to mid-18th centuries, which profoundly influenced the course of European ceramics.
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