|Type Name:||UNDESCRIBED BROWN-SLIPPED WHITE MAJOLICA|
|Production Origin:||PUEBLA, MEXICO?|
Creamy white to pale peach or buff paste with little visible temper.
Cream to off-white, glossy background enamel, often with light crazing.
The exterior surfaces of vessels are covered with a thin, chocolate-brown slip, which can be slightly swirled to produce a light, brown and white marbled effect.
Only ring-footed cup forms have been reported so far.
|Comments:||This majolica type was part of the Lister’s Mexico collection, and is thought to have been of the Puebla majolica tradition.|