Trap pottery and ceramics of deception, are names popular in the argot of the Potter which grouped a limited series of ceramic pieces created by fantasy artist and mostly only useful as an object of adornment. Among the first known and varied are the pitchers and jars of trap, and among the latter the imaginative dishes of deception, common in many factories of fine China and genuine representatives of the taste more kitsch. Bibliography.- Casanovas, María Antonia (1981). «Alcora». Cerámica esmaltada española. Barcelona: Labor. ISBN 978-84-335-7301-2.
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