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As cats gained popularity as pets in Europe during the 1600s, they appeared more frequently in art and on decorative items. Cat motifs are among the many designs applied to delftware and faience pottery. #Caticons This tweet was posted on December 01, 2018.
During the 17th century, Dutch artisans introduced earthenware that imitated the more expensive porcelain imported from China. Known as delftware, these tin-glazed ceramics featured opaque, tin-oxide enamels and lavish decoration. #Caticons This tweet was posted on September 08, 2018.
Since the early 1950s, #KLM has offered first & business-class passengers #Delftware gin bottles in the shape of Dutch houses #TravelTuesday This tweet was posted on October 18, 2016.
Since the early 1950s, #KLM has offered first and business-class passengers promotional giveaway #Delftware gin bottles in the shape of traditional #Dutch houses. Do you own any Delftware bottles? #TravelTuesday #AVgeek This tweet was posted on May 08, 2018.
Since then, the Holland-based ceramics manufacturer #Delftware has produced ninety-seven standard Delft Blue houses. #TravelTuesday This tweet was posted on October 18, 2016.
Stoneware is a high-fired ceramic made from clay and a fusible stone that was introduced to Great Britain in the late 1600s. While lacking the color palette of delftware, the medium perfectly captures the tabby cat's coloring. #caticons This tweet was posted on December 29, 2018.
Tin-glazed ceramics are called various names round the world. Known as faience in France, Delftware in the Netherlands and Maiolica in Italy, tin-glazed ceramics from Europe imitated the more expensive porcelain imported from China. #Caticons This tweet was posted on December 01, 2018.