Photo above: Slovenian Majolka (Maiolica)
I went to the dictionary.com to get some help with explaining of this word:
Photo above: Slovenian majolika (Majolica)
In Slovenia, "majolika" or "majol'ka" means traditional, specially designed earthenware jug with handle, used for wine. It was usually richly decorated (mostly hand-painted, sometimes with ornaments).
Among Slovenian population majolika was so popular that it was called "Krainische Krug" throughout Germanic speaking areas.
Photo above: Slovenian majolka (Maiolica)
Majol'ka got its name after the Italian glazed pottery technique from the island of Majorca.
Photo above: Slovenian majol'ka (Majolica)