maiolica a colatura naturale

13:43 Feb 14, 2018
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Italian term or phrase: maiolica a colatura naturale
Can anyone help with the translation of "maiolica a colatura naturale" found in a catalogue of pellet stoves: "Stufa a legna, rivestita da maiolica a colatura naturale", or again: "Stufa rifinita con cornice in maiolica a colatura naturale". Many thanks for your suggestions, Sarah.
Sarah Gregg
Italy
Local time: 08:57


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4 +1naturally coloured majolica
Ekaterina Vashurina


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naturally coloured majolica


Explanation:
naturally coloured majolica


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Ekaterina Vashurina
Russian Federation
Local time: 10:57
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian

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neutral  philgoddard: Colatura doesn't mean coloring (I think it means glaze, but I'm not sure), and maiolica is probably earthenware.
40 mins
  -> majolica [məˈjɒlɪkə, -ˈdʒɒl-] ma¦jol|ica noun [mass noun] a kind of earthenware made in imitation of Italian maiolica, especially in England during the 19th century (OED)

agree  Peter Cox
21 hrs
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