This original Set of Two Baroque Tiles depicting Flowers were made in Portugal in the period (1706–1750).
Item Details & Specifics:
The late 17th century and the early 18th century was considered to be the 'Golden Age of the Tile’, the so-called Cycle of the Masters. Mass production was started not just because of a greater internal demand, but also because of very large orders from Brazil. Large one-off orders were replaced by the less expensive use of repetitive tile patterns. Churches, monasteries, palaces and even houses were covered inside and outside with tiles, many with exuberant Baroque elements.
Item condition: Some flaws on the sides, chips. Condition is appropriate for age and use. See photos for complete assessment.
Date: 18th century.
Material: Earthenware, Tin-glazed pottery.
Dimensions: (Each One)
Height: 5.39 inches / 13.7 centimeters
Width: 5.51 inches / 14 centimeters
*Please Note: This item is located in Lisbon, Portugal (EU) and will be shipped from this location. For additional shipping options or charges for countries not listed, please contact the seller.
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18th Century Set of Two Baroque Tiles depicting Flowers