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18th-C. Talavera Tiles, S/100

INSH'ALA

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18th-C. Talavera Tiles, S/100

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 18th century

Condition:

Very Good; some wear and chipping

Country of Origin:

Mexico

Materials:

ceramic/glaze

Size:

4.75" L x 4.75" W x 0.75" H

Color/Finish:

blue/white

Why We Love This

Lot of 100 rare earthenware Majolica wall tiles with tin glaze from the 18th century. Made in Puebla, Mexico, home of the first viceroy to New Spain and the capital of Talavera ceramic production.
As described by INSH'ALA

Why We Love This

Lot of 100 rare earthenware Majolica wall tiles with tin glaze from the 18th century. Made in Puebla, Mexico, home of the first viceroy to New Spain and the capital of Talavera ceramic production.

About INSH'ALA

Carol Romano's treasure-packed shop Insh'ala in San Miguel de Allende has evolved over twelve years from purely Moroccan imports to an alluring collection from Mexico, Turkey, Syria, Central Asia, and beyond... impressively eclectic, in every sense of the word. A New York native, Carol moved to Mexico in 1995, working with local artisans to design tabletop products. Her travels to North Africa inspired what has now become Insh'ala, San Miguel's premier source for the most unique home treasures.