RMMM1E3F–Hampden Glazed Paper & Card Co. Holyoke. 1891
RME4WYTM–Glazed flower plant pots
RMG3C35F–Poole Pottery - Setting the glazed ware in the kiln
RMDYEMYW–Balcony with glazed tiles, Barcelona, Spain
RF2HJRFED–Golden domes, and bright minarets whose glazed tiles are a lost art, announce Samarra from afar to the Shiah devotee. Iraq. Mesopotamia (1923)
RMFXE1CJ–Brickwork, colorful glazed brick and window reveals. 36 Carnaby Street + Carnaby Court, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Rolfe
RMP9JMJE–Hippo, blue glazed ceramic figurine, side view.
RM2G3A73R–fine arts, ceramics, 'Strenght', glazed tile, Salzburg, second half 16th century, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RMWJKGRR–Hunting scene depicted in the Persian glazed tile dated from the18th or 19th century on display in the Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon) in Lyon, France.
RM2A5YTXW–Glazed stonepaste bowl. Persian, Iran, AD 1400-1500
RMDE018C–Glazed pottery fragments forms of human faces. Museum of History and Navigation. Riga. Latvia.
RFDXPA17–The Tiled Kiosk Topkapı Palace. It was built by the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II. It is also called Glazed Kiosk Istanbul Turkey
RMF3WWCX–Green Glazed Pottery Dog 25 - 220 AD Eastern Han Dynasty ( Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art ) China
RMF2AY9X–Model in a 1946 striped glazed cotton chintz bathing suit. It was exhibited at the International Sportsman's Show at Chicago Coliseum, February 22, 1946. (CSU 2015 9 827)
RM2FN26WG–Flask with face ca. 1890 - Glazed stoneware- Jean-Joseph Carriès , French - The grimacing face reveals the artist's gifts as a sculptor–his profession before becoming a ceramicist. Carriès made an important series of masks, inspired by Japanese Noh theater and the gargoyles and carved faces on Gothic church architecture. His stoneware flasks with faces are an offshoot of this production. The bearded face as a motif on a water jug has its origins in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century German stoneware vessels known as Beardman or Bellarmine jugs.
RM2AB5K5X–Babylonian Mushhushshu-dragon, Symbol of the God Marduk, 604 - 562 BC, glazed terracotta and molded brick. The striding dragon was a portion of the decoration of the Ishtar Gate in the ancient city of Babylon.
RMJ060K1–Glazed vases, kolkata fair, west bengal, india, asia
RMDH4PBC–Netherlands, Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum. Delft's Blue tin-glazed earthenware ( faience ), pottery and ornamental vases for flowers
RM2B01CNM–Vietnam: Straw Glazed Vase, Giao Chi Period. Giao Chỉ was the name of one bộ, an administrative level equivalent to a district, of the former nation Văn Lang during the Hùng Vương era. Its territory included present-day Hà Nội and the land on the right bank of the Hồng river.
RM2M9BCR9–Filling saggers with glazed ware before re-firing in Glost oven
RMEC85Y1–Tin-glazed earthenware dish. Dated 17th Century
RMPFKX15–Honey Sesame Glazed Cocktail Sauages.
RMFXE1CH–Brickwork, colorful glazed brick and window reveals. 36 Carnaby Street + Carnaby Court, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Rolfe
RMGD2JHY–fine arts, glazed tiles, ornament, Great bazaar, Kapali Carsi, Istanbul, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMB6A8MX–Glazed doughnut on pink background
RM2A5YTXR–Glazed stonepaste bowl. Persian, Iran, AD 1400-1500
RMDW9EKB–Turkey. Istanbul. Topkapi Palace. Detail of glazed pottery that decorates the walls, made by potters of Iznik.
RMBNECAJ–Bust of Boy by Andrea Della Robbia, glazed terracotta, (1435-1525)
RMF3WW0X–Polychrome glazed pottery Horse 618 - 907 AD Tang Han Dynasty ( Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art ) China
RMR9YBXK–Madrid Tapas de Madrid sign on glazed ceramic tiles on traditional tapas bar on Madrid Gran Via.
RMMPTK5K–Silenus head of glazed faience, Ptolemaic Period (Egypt), (c322 BC-AD 395). Artist: Unknown.
RMF3FD6J–Decorative glazed tile ceramic tiles Parshwanath parasnath Jain Jainism Temple temples Calcutta kolkatta west Bengal India
RFC26BEH–Glazed doughnuts detail
RM2B01CND–Vietnam: Straw Glazed Hu Shaped Jar with cover, Giao Chi Period. Giao Chỉ was the name of one bộ, an administrative level equivalent to a district, of the former nation of Văn Lang during the Hùng Vương era. Its territory included present-day Hà Nội and the land on the right bank of the Hồng river.
RMF7PP7X–Lead-glazed earthernware mug. Dated 17th Century
RMPFD4DE–Selection of glazed fruit tartlets, view from above
RMFXE1BN–Brickwork, colorful glazed brick and window reveals. 36 Carnaby Street + Carnaby Court, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Rolfe
RFA9M595–GLAZED DUCK LEGS
RMGBWCRY–fine arts, Iran, glazed tile with hunting scene, in Minai - technique, circa 1200, State museum, Berlin,
RMFA97NC–A kwon glazed basin with figures，Qing dynasty（1644-1911）
RM2A5YYEN–Shooting at the father’s corpse Italian (Urbino or Rimini)Tin-glazed earthenware, about 1540
RMF3FD6K–Decorative glazed tile ceramic tiles Parshwanath parasnath Jain Jainism Temple temples Calcutta kolkatta west Bengal India Indian
RM2A9AH2C–Italy Tuscany Casentino Bibbiena - Church of San Lorenzo - Deposition - Glazed terracotta by Andrea della Robbia
RMA0JK6M–lockable security handle fitted on double glazed window
RMWHB1AP–Antique plate - slipware plate, sgraffiato decoration, glazed earthenware, Pennsylvania, 18th century.. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York..
RMEC8717–Pair of tin-glazed earthenware candlesticks. Dated 17th Century
RMPFRP6T–Mustard glazed ham on a plate, with a carving knife
RMFXE1CB–Brickwork, colorful glazed brick and window reveals. 36 Carnaby Street + Carnaby Court, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Rolfe
RMATFNWP–Doulton Lambeth Glazed Stoneware Dish 1920s EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMGD2JPJ–fine arts, ceramics, glazed Iznik plate from the glazed tile pavilion, Cinili Koesk, archaeological museum, Istanbul, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RM2H5KEK4–Blue glazed and Sancai jar with images of 18 scholars. Ming Dynasty(1368-1644) In the collection of Shanxi Museum. (Fa Hua Cai)
RM2A6003W–Tin-glazed earthenware dish. By Arnold Taylor Bequest. Dated 18th Century
RMG35AWE–Near East. Iranian glazed pottery. 2nd-3rd century AD. The State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg. Russia.
RF2NYAT6Y–Glazed clay platter full of walnuts. Selective focus.
RM2H5TYWK–Madonna with infant and Child 1510-1525 Giovanni della Robbia 1469 - 1530 Glazed Terracotta Palazzo Reale - Royal Palace ,Torino, Turin, Italy, Italian.
RMPTNN5X–French salt-glazed cruches jugs are arranged along the top of the rustic French painted armoire
RMRE8WM9–Griffin depicted in the glazed tile placed on the fence of the Church of Elijah the Prophet in Yaroslavl, Russia.
RME0Y2GM–Sep. 04, 1968 - Two seats from Glazed Pottery: Stone throwing is definitely Not recommended in the garden of Mr. Robert McGuffie's country cottage. For in it are two seats - made from glazed pottery. Mr. McGuffie found the seats when he moved into Rose Cottage, at Whitrigg, near Torpenhow (Cumberland). Until he cleared the weeds which covered them he thought they were wooden. The seats each weigh two hundred weight, and carries the date 1869. Mr. McGuffie is trying to trace their origin. Photo shows Pictured here in the two seat are Derek and Diane Smithson, of Hereford House, Ireby.
RMBH0MN9–Extreme weather -hoarfrost and glazed frost
RM2AAPWBD–Lion from the Processional Way in Babylon (Iraq), Neo-Babylonian Period, reign of Nebuchadnezzar I, 604–561 B.C., coloured glazed tiles.