Dish

About this object

Cultural context

functional; decorative

Iconographic meaning

The workshops in Gmunden mainly produced marbled wares using a combination of coloured glazes. Wares painted in bright green, yellow, and blue were made until the middle of the nineteenth century.

Specific techniques

tin-glazed

Physical description

Circular white earthenware dish (plate) on flat base with ridge between shallow well sides and wide-angled rim. Painted on inside with wide green streaks to produce an open marbled effect.