Medieval Delft pottery includes a simple type of pottery in which a transparent glaze is directly applied to the iron-rich dough and fired. As these potteries often appear in oil paintings of the same period, they seem to have been closer to daily life than white Delft pottery. Among these colored cream pots in existence, we can see a variety of styles, types and full of anonymous charm.
This item is a colored Delft cup from the 17th century. It looks like it's good to be able to take a good look at the guinomi.