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'''Maiolica''' designates Italian [[tin-glazed pottery]] dating from the [[Renaissance]]. '''Maiolica''' designates Italian [[tin-glazed pottery]] dating from the [[Renaissance]].
 +==See also==
 +* [[Delftware]]
 +* [[Faience]]
 +* [[Francesco Xanto Avelli]]
 +* [[Lusterware]]
 +* [[Nicola da Urbino]]
 +* [[Talavera (pottery)|Talavera]], Mexican maiolica
 +* [[Tin-glazed pottery]]
 +* [[Victorian majolica]]
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Maiolica designates Italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the Renaissance.

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