ITALIAN CERAMICS BY FRANCESCO GUARINO - CALLIGRAPHIC STYLE

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Calligraphic style

(CERAMICS BY STYLE)

Calligraphic style was introduced in the seventeenth century, inspired, according to some scholars, by Chinese porcelain of the Ming dynasty during the reign of Wan-li (1571-1619). Others believe it followed the decorative ceramics style of Iznik in Turkey. Eastern subjects such as hares, fawns and lanceolate leaves overlapped with western bells and human figures. Initially it was produced in white and turquoise, later in polychrome. Orders can be taken for vases and customized panels, minimum one item.
 
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Column in majolica, Calligrafico
Column in majolica, Calligrafico
 
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Baroque Vase
Baroque Vase
 
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Vase flower-stand
Vase flower-stand
 
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Calligraphic clock
Calligraphic clock
 
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Cachepot
Cachepot
 
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Calligraphic vase
Calligraphic vase
 
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Calligraphich Vase
Calligraphich Vase
 
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Cachepot flower-stand
Cachepot flower-stand
 
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Ceramic soup tureen
Ceramic soup tureen
 
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Flower Pot
Flower Pot
 
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Column in majolica
Column in majolica
 
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Calligraphic Potiche
Calligraphic Potiche
 
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Calligraphic column
Calligraphic column
 
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biscuit pottery
biscuit pottery
 
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Polychrome vase
Polychrome vase
 
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Vase "Idria"
Vase "Idria"
 
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Calligraphic plate
Calligraphic plate
 
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Ceramic soup tureen
Ceramic soup tureen
 
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Jewelry box
Jewelry box
 
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Potiche
Potiche
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