Majolica Cafaggiolo Classico
Exclusive Museum Quality Reproductions from 16th century original Tuscany's designs.
Oak leaves surrounded by arabesque floral designs mark the character of this pattern, which traces its origins to 1506, and the town of Cafaggiolo, a renowned center of Tuscan potting.
Located near Florence, Cafaggiolo was then under the patronage of the Medici family, whose insignia crest and mottoes appear on most of the Cafaggiolo wares.
Boldly painted in strong colors to reflect Florence's individual status, these pieces depict religious and classical subjects, as well as scenes of pageantry, triumphs, shields of arms, and trophies.
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