|Type Name:||ANDALUSIA POLYCHROME A|
|Production Origin:||SEVILLA, SPAIN|
Soft, chalky cream-colored paste.
Off-white background enamel with designs in blue with yellow and orange accents.
Enamel is fairly lustrous and reflective, fine crazing is usually present
Design motif is a bold floral design.
|Comments:||McEwan (1988) states that this type was produced from the late 16th to early 17th century. Andalusian Polychrome A has only been found at Banos de la Reina, Sevilla, the Convento de San Francisco, Dominican Republic, and the Fig Springs site in Florida.|
|Published Definitions:||McEwan 1988|