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Miradouro Portuguese Ceramic Tiles - Concept 8

Miradouro Portuguese Ceramic Tiles - Concept 8

Victorian Majolica Ceramic Tile

Victorian Majolica Ceramic Tile

Geometric Islamic Seamless Pattern Arabesque blue and white.

Geometric Islamic Seamless Pattern Arabesque blue and white.

A MOULDED TIMURID STAR-SHAPED TILE IRAN, SECOND HALF 15TH CENTURY The ground deeply carved and glazed cobalt-blue with turquoise in the centre leaving an unglazed central star issuing alternating panels of small and larger bold arabesque designs, the raised design further intricately carved with scrolling motifs with slightly raised turquoise border, intact 17¾in. (45.2cm.) across

A MOULDED TIMURID STAR-SHAPED TILE IRAN, SECOND HALF 15TH CENTURY The ground deeply carved and glazed cobalt-blue with turquoise in the centre leaving an unglazed central star issuing alternating panels of small and larger bold arabesque designs, the raised design further intricately carved with scrolling motifs with slightly raised turquoise border, intact 17¾in. (45.2cm.) across

Zanzibar Ceramic Plate

Zanzibar Ceramic Plate

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Univers Mininga

Univers Mininga


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Portugese tegels type FS Faenza-A 33x33cm

Portugese tegels type FS Faenza-A 33x33cm

Amazing  handmade tiles

Amazing handmade tiles

Todos os tamanhos | Azulejos Portugueses - 141 | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Todos os tamanhos | Azulejos Portugueses - 141 | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Medicine Buddha Mandala

Medicine Buddha Mandala

Geometric Islamic Seamless Pattern Arabesque blue and white.

Geometric Islamic Seamless Pattern Arabesque blue and white.

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Geometric Islamic Tile Pattern Arabesque blue and white, square

Geometric Islamic Tile Pattern Arabesque blue and white, square

Tile      Place of origin:      Kashan, Iran (made)     Date:      early 14th century (made)     Artist/Maker:      unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Fritware, painted with lustre over the glaze     Museum number:      351-1896

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Tile Place of origin: Kashan, Iran (made) Date: early 14th century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware, painted with lustre over the glaze Museum number: 351-1896

Victorian Majolica Ceramic Tile

Victorian Majolica Ceramic Tile

Islamic tile, The Louvre.

Islamic tile, The Louvre.

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