|Type Name:||SEVILLA BLUE ON WHITE|
Creamy yellow or sometimes rosy yellow compact paste.
Thick, white, glossy enamel glaze that often has fine crazing, fine black specks, pinholes or firing marks.
Designs are painted in a light cobalt blue, and are small in scale, detailed and usually carefully executed. Blue paint sometimes has a foamy appearance.
Motifs include floral elements, dots, stripes, short, thick lines and monograms.
Vessels are Italianate-style and ring-footed, with thin, light vessel walls.
|Comments:||This ware has not been reported from New World sites other than Mexico|
|Published Definitions:||Deagan 1987; Lister and Lister 1982, 1987|