Until August 22, 2010
Faenza – Italy
Sept. 16 – Nov. 28
Rome – Italy
Their innovative shapes, designs and glazes determined their immediate success; within a few years from their appearance on the market, they were already so popular that many potters started to make them, both in Italy and in other European countries.
Known as the “pottery from Faenza” or faentini, the whites became so famous that French people shortened their name to “faience”, that is now the French name for Majolica or Pottery.