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It was in the 16th century called Maiorica, and subsequently Maiolica.
This extensive manufactory was, however, principally for maiolica.
Originally, majolica, or maiolica, had a meaning different from any of those given above.The Ceramic Art
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Giorgio was a statuary as well as a painter of maiolica, several of his sculptures in marble being yet extant.
If not the most ancient, Faenza was one of the most celebrated of the manufactories of maiolica in Italy.
- a variant of majolica
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