Servizio Correr, realizzato nel 1520 ca. da Nicola da Urbino, tra i capolavori della maiolica rinascimentale. nicola_da_urbino

Servizio Correr, realizzato nel 1520 ca. da Nicola da Urbino, tra i capolavori della maiolica rinascimentale. nicola_da_urbino

Casteldurante o urbino, tondino con putto tra trofei, 1530-40 ca.JPG

Casteldurante o urbino, tondino con putto tra trofei, 1530-40 ca.JPG

Armorial Plate (Tondino), ca. 1520–25.  Nicolò da Urbino (probably Nicola di Bagriele Sbarage). Italian - Majolica.

Armorial Plate (Tondino), ca. 1520–25. Nicolò da Urbino (probably Nicola di Bagriele Sbarage). Italian - Majolica.

Nicola da Urbino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nicola da Urbino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maiolica plate by Nicola da Urbino, ca.1524, with the arms of Isabella d'Este and her late husband (Victoria and Albert Museum). https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/BLW_Plate_with_Hippolytus_and_Phaedra.jpg

Maiolica plate by Nicola da Urbino, ca.1524, with the arms of Isabella d'Este and her late husband (Victoria and Albert Museum). https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/BLW_Plate_with_Hippolytus_and_Phaedra.jpg

Dish (coppa)  Francesco Xanto Avelli da Rovigo  (Italian (Urbino), active first half of 16th century)  Artist: Lustered in Gubbio Date: 1532 Culture: Italian, Urbino Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

Dish (coppa) Francesco Xanto Avelli da Rovigo (Italian (Urbino), active first half of 16th century) Artist: Lustered in Gubbio Date: 1532 Culture: Italian, Urbino Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

Plate  Painted by Fra Xanto Avelli da Rovigo  (ca. 1486–ca. 1582)  Date: dated 1535 Culture: Italian (Urbino) Medium: Tin-enameled earthenware

Plate Painted by Fra Xanto Avelli da Rovigo (ca. 1486–ca. 1582) Date: dated 1535 Culture: Italian (Urbino) Medium: Tin-enameled earthenware

Pair of low-footed bowls with busts of Ruggieri and Filomena, ca. 1520–25 Italy; Urbino or Castel Durante Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica)

Pair of low-footed bowls with busts of Ruggieri and Filomena, ca. 1520–25 Italy; Urbino or Castel Durante Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica)

Maiolica dish decorated in polychrome with the arms of the Calini family of Brescia and a hare coursing scene: Italian, Urbino, painted by Nicola di Gabriele Sbraghe, 1520 - 1530. © National Museums Scotland

Maiolica dish decorated in polychrome with the arms of the Calini family of Brescia and a hare coursing scene: Italian, Urbino, painted by Nicola di Gabriele Sbraghe, 1520 - 1530. © National Museums Scotland

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