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Updated:  08/05/15

Traditional Home's
June/July 2000, pages 138-146 highlight Victorian majolica in an article by Sally Clark entitled "What a difference a "J" Makes".

The article starts on page 138 and tells how maiolica and majolica, one born in the Renaissance, and the other a product of Victorian genius, became pottery showoffs.  Page 140 captures two services of American Shell & Seaweed majolica from Griffen, Smith and Hill.

Page 146 pictures a dresser containing a collection of whimsical majolica with a fish theme.

 

Veranda's
November/December 1999, Page 207 highlights majolica game dish, and several pitchers on a table top.

The article features Bunny Williams' Connecticut retreat and starts on page 196.

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Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion Magazine December/January 1999, Pages 80-81 highlights a wall of majolica platters and plates above a side board.

The article "Gifts from the Forest" features interior designer Sonja Willman.

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Page 82 features majolica plates and begonia leaves in a celadon-green plate rack.  Sonja Willman never met a holiday she didn't like. 99MaryEngelbreitsDecJan

 

Victoria's
December 1999, Page 71 highlights majolica pitchers, creamers, vases and other items in the dinning room of Antique Dealers Jenny and Michael Shinn of Glouchestershire.

The article starts on page 70.

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Art & Antiques'
January 2000, Pages 69-70 highlight Victorian Majolica in an article by John Hall titled "The Well Dressed Table".

The article starts on page 66.  Page 69 pictures a table set with the Lettuce Leaf pattern Victorian Majolica from the Wannopee Pottery Company of New Milford, Connecticut.  Circa 1893-1904.

Page 70 pictures a cupboard full of majolica ready to participate in a table setting.

 

Coastal Living
January-February 2000, Pages 74-75 highlight Oyster plates in "What a DISH".

The article presents  Victorian Oyster Plates in all their splendor and collect-ability.  

 

Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion Magazine February /March 2000, Pages 51 and 56 features majolica dishes on walls and in book cases.

The article "All Sewn Up" features styling by Sally Mauer.

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