A DAMASCUS TILE PANEL OTTOMAN SYRIA, CIRCA 1560 Comprising fifteen tiles, each painted in cobalt-blue, black and turquoise on a white ground with a central rosette issuing blue split palmettes containing cloudband-motifs and flanking four black palmettes, three tiles reduced, otherwise intact, framed together 37¼ x 23½ in. (94.5 x 59.7 cm.)
Glitter Damask (404746) - Albany Wallpapers - An Indian inspired large scale all over damask design drawn in white, grey and purple, with silver and purple glitter - an incredible effect. Please request sample for true colour match.
Talavera (tiles) are a type of maiolica earthenware, from Puebla, Atlixco, Cholula and Tecali. All are hand-thrown, with tin and lead natural pigment glazes. The 6 permitted colors are blue, yellow, black, green, orange and mauve.