Michele Bosetti,is an expert Rubelle earthenware and crockery. She presents you a selection of earthenware and crockery from the 17th to the 19th century.
Rubelles majolica was developed in France in the early 1800's. The technique is called "emaix ombrant", whereby a design was etched into the clay and the glaze allowed to pool in the center, producing a lithograph effect. "Ombrant" is from the French word "ombre", meaning "shadow", referring to the wonderful effect the technique has on the pattern.