|Type Name:||SEVILLA 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.
Italianate-style, ring-footed vessels
|Comments:||Sevilla White is thought to have been produced in and exported from Seville, probably inspired by the Italian ware, Faenza White.|
|Published Definitions:||Deagan 1987; Lister and Lister 1982|