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Majolica is a word for painted pottery, whose use is not always precise, and can be confusing. Note the different spellings ("i" and "j"), often confused. It may refer to:
- Maiolica, painted Italian tin-glazed pottery from the Renaissance period.
- Other types of tin-glazed pottery
- Victorian majolica, earthenware pottery, in fact using lead glazes, mostly English, 2nd half of 19th century.
- Faience, another term for tin-glazed pottery, used in various languages.
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