|LA TRAZA POLYCHROME
Paste usually ranges from buff to salmon/light-orange in color, but can be cream as well
Off-white background enamel, decorated with various shades of blue, yellow, and orange
Rims usually decorated in crude floral motif consisting of curved stems with leaves, primarily in blue with yellow and/or orange accents
Center of plates may have floral designs
Exterior of bowls usually have two to three blue bands
|Lister and Lister (1982) believe that La Traza Polychrome was inspired by Sevillan majolicas, though others suggest Talaveran styles as a possible inspiration. It is possible that this type was produced only during the second half of the 16th century.
|Lister and Lister 1978,1982:18-22