Italian slipware terracotta goblet

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Post by slopingsteve March 30th 2023, 5:59 pm

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I've had this for a while but hadn't seen the likeness.  This is not stoneware but  tin glazed terracotta from Italy - but apart from that .very similar excepting all the other differences
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Post by NaomiM April 1st 2023, 8:43 pm

It was nothing like the other goblet aside from the shape so I've split the thread.
Please add a photo of the base even if there's no mark. Maybe Springfield Pottery

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Post by slopingsteve April 3rd 2023, 5:02 pm

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Not Springfield, I think. 
Marked ITALY, with little bits of the glaze chipped away from use over time. If ever a piece in my collection  earned the over-used adjective "tactile", then this is it. Being Italian, it's easier to imagine it full of Chianti instead of coffee.
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Post by slopingsteve April 3rd 2023, 5:17 pm

In my  op I mentioned  Mazagran. Still relevant I think. 
Mazagran is the name of a drink as well as the vessel , which can be made from terracotta or glass, so no reason why stoneware is exempted. I feel sure that, if you were to hold them, you would understand my reasoning.
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