Majolica is a pale yellow clay body with gleaming rainbow glazes that date back to the late 1800s in England. The surface where glazes accumulate to provide color saturation changes is precisely sculpted, with many “pockets”. Majolica is still associated with brilliantly colored glazes today, but the flat surfaces of the ceramics allow for eye-catching creative options. Contrary to popular belief, Majolica is not the same as Majolica.