Wondrous, whimsical, and colorful, majolica was a ceramic sensation in the latter half of the 19th century. Over 100 years later, majolica still captures the imagination no less than it did at its introduction by Minton & Co. at the London Exhibition in 1859.

Shop Artistoric’s specially curated majolica collection, with styles ranging from Victorian Naturalism to the Aesthetic Movement.

Sarreguemines Majolica Jardiniere

Sarreguemines (French)

ca. 1880-1890

Wedgwood Sunflower Pattern Plates

Wedgwood (English)

ca. 1880

Minton Game Pie Dish

Minton & Co. (English)


Wedgwood Lincoln Pattern Plates

Wedgwood (English)


George Jones (English)

ca. 1867-1869

Thomas Forester & Sons (English)

ca. 1888

Majolica Pottery

Learn more about majolica in our Curation

The Majolica Movement