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One of a series of about 329 wall tiles, earthenware, Hispano-Moresco, 'Azulejos', tin-glazed with coloured floral and geometric patterns, from various buildings in the city of Toledo. Spanish (Toledo), early 16th century.


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Materials and Techniques
Tin-glazed earthenware
Brief Description
One of a series of about 329 wall tiles, earthenware, Hispano-Moresco, 'Azulejos', tin-glazed with coloured floral and geometric patterns, from various buildings in the city of Toledo. Spanish (Toledo), early 16th century.
Physical Description
One of a series of about 329 wall tiles, earthenware, Hispano-Moresco, 'Azulejos', tin-glazed with coloured floral and geometric patterns, from various buildings in the city of Toledo. Spanish (Toledo), early 16th century.
Gallery Label
Tile Made in Toledo, Spain Tin-glazed earthenware 308:261-1866(16/07/2008)
Bibliographic Reference
Ray, Anthony. Spanish Pottery 1248-1898 : with a catalogue of the collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum London, V&A Publications, 2000
Other Number
791 - Spanish pottery, Ray (2000)
Collection
Accession Number
308:261-1866

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record createdJuly 16, 2008
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