Delft Pottery

Delft pottery, also called delftware or delft blue, is a soft earthenware pottery sealed with a lead glaze made opaque using ashes or tin oxide. The pottery’s white material is often painted with cobalt-blue designs resembling watercolor art, similar to the look of flow-blue china. Tin-glazed, multi-colored earthenware was pioneered in Moorish Spain with the style known as majolica, which was soon copied and spread to other parts of...Continue Reading