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Italy - Pg. 3
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56-61 Marks from 16th century.
Doccia (Ginori) (62-76)
Established 1735 by Carlo Ginori. The work here in the 18th century was similar to that at Le Nove. In 1821 the Capo-di-Monte molds were secured and copies of old Capo-di-Monte were made, especialy in the past 50 years. A good quality majolica was also produced. (See Capo-di-Monte).
62-70 18th century or early 19th century marks similar to Le Nove. 67 Fanciullacci. 68 Also on specimens after 1821.
71-76 After acquiring the Capo-di-Monte molds in 1821 the Marchese Ginori marked his pieces as shown.
72óMost modern pieces, some not 20 years old, are marked in this way generally in blue. 75, 76óGenerally impressed.
Este, near Padua (77-79) Fayence and porcelain made here from about 1750 well into the 19th century. J. Varion and G. Franchini about 1780.
78 Mark stamped.
79 Domenick Brunnello.
Fabriano (80) Majolica from mid 15th century.
80 Fabriano. Early 16th century mark.
Faenza (81-140) In the 16th century the great fayence center of Italy was at this place. In 1850 Farini established a majolica factory here.
81 Circa 1500.
82-86 15th century.
87 Faenza or Florence. 1460.
89-93 Casa Pirota factory. c. 1530.
94-97 Casa Pirota?
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