Ceramic Pottery

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ceramic tiles
pockets
vessels with lids
Buttons
Olive jars
Raku
ceramic sculpture
ceramic ornaments
mugs cups and bowls
ceramic teapots and pitchers
ceramic pottery houses
sgraffito
ceramic pottery plates
obvara firing
ceramic equipment
ceramic techniques

ceramic tiles

Unicorn. Mattonella pavimentale, Stams, Zisterzienserstift und Stiftssammlungen

Explore renzodionigi's photos on Flickr. renzodionigi has uploaded 31410 photos to Flickr.

Winchester Cathedral Floor Tiles 2

13th-century floor tiles, form part of the largest surviving spread of medieval decorated floor tiles inside any building in England and you can still walk on them.

Stock Photo - Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire. Medieval 13th century clay and glazed floor tiles in the retroquire

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Art Tile

Our art tiles are known for their historic craftsmanship, unique design, and signature rich glazes.

Plaque, probably from a Reliquary Shrine

Декоративные тарелки on Instagram: “Мои сокровища 💙💙💙”

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Tile | V&A Search the Collections

One of four tiles of tin-glazed buff-coloured earthenware, painted with interlaced geometrical bands and with conventional foliage in the interspaces, reserved in white on a blue ground, from Murcia. Spanish (Valencia or Murcia), 1450-1500 6" square. Museum Number 5A-1908.

St. Swithin's Church, Launcells, Cornwall

15th century Barnstaple encaustic floor tiles

Анастасия Ропало on Instagram: “💙”

4,175 Likes, 35 Comments - Анастасия Ропало (@anastasia_ropalo) on Instagram: “💙”

Pavement | Keynsham Abbey tilery | V&A Search the Collections

Group of 31 tiles which formed part of a pavement, red earthenware, stamped and inlaid with white clay. Originally from Keynsham Abbey, Somerset. England, about 1250 to 1270. . Museum Number 1125 to DD-1892.

Medieval Floor Tile “Quilts” in the Churches of Dublin

In my mind, I write blog posts all the time - whenever I find something interesting, or see something new, or just want to share what I am working on. In reality, if you look at the archives for this blog, you will see that I really do not post very regularly. Recently I had…

Medieval Floor Tiles, Probably 13th Century, Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, England, April 2009

These mainly 12th century floor tiles are the oldest and largest expanse of medieval tiling to survive in the United Kingdom.

Details Of The Medieval Tiled Floor Patterns St Davids Cathedral Is Situated In ...

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Medieval Tiles - Muchelney Church © Sarah Smith

These tiles were originally laid in the Abbey next door but have now been preserved in the parish church. They were made in the thirteenth century.

Majolica Floor (about 1438) - Chapel Caracciolo del Sole in the Church of San Giovanni a Carbonara in Naples

Two-Colored Tile | British | The Met

Medieval Tiled Floor

The very difficult to photograph sanctuary floor at Wyre piddle, composed of fine 15th century encaustic tiles forming rosette patterns .The small church at Wyre Piddle on the northern edge of Pershore had no dedication until 1989, when it was dedicated to St Anne. The building was much restored in 1888 when the nave was rebuilt, though the diminutive old chancel arch remains at it's east end, flanked by square openings. The church possess some fine medieval survivals in the…

Medieval Floor High Resolution Stock Photography and Images

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Medieval Floor Tiles, Probably 13th Century, Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, England, April 2009

These mainly 12th century floor tiles are the oldest and largest expanse of medieval tiling to survive in the United Kingdom.

Medieval Tiles at St Edburg's Church

Encaustic Medieval tiles tiles that have been dated to circa 1455. St Edburg's Church, Leigh, Worcestershire. View On Black

Winchester Cathedral

Medieval floor tiles (old) have been patched using modern copies (new). One of the tour guides said that Winchester Cathedral has one of the largest expanses of original medieval floor tiles in Britain. *** Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire was once at the heart of Saxon and then medieval government. Several Anglo-Danish kings were buried here including King Canute. The second Norman King, William II or William Rufus was also buried here and it hosted King Richard The Lionheart's second…

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vessels with lids

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Buttons

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Olive jars

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Raku

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ceramic sculpture

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ceramic ornaments

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mugs cups and bowls

Crysten’s Instagram profile post: “Family portrait. All available in my shop. Also, it’s Thursday. #potterythrowdown #madeincalifornia #shopsmall #mothersdaygiftideas…”

101 Likes, 17 Comments - Crysten (@orangepeelpottery) on Instagram: “Family portrait. All available in my shop. Also, it’s Thursday. #potterythrowdown #madeincalifornia…”

62 Likes, 5 Comments - Marlize Myburgh Ceramics 🔹 (@marl1ze) on Instagram: “Some of my new cups for sale @mystudio_art_ . I made these out of stoneware caly, carved them at…”

ceramic teapots and pitchers

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ceramic pottery houses

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sgraffito

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ceramic pottery plates

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obvara firing

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ceramic equipment

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ceramic techniques

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Crysten’s Instagram profile post: “Family portrait. All available in my shop. Also, it’s Thursday. #potterythrowdown #madeincalifornia #shopsmall #mothersdaygiftideas…”

101 Likes, 17 Comments - Crysten (@orangepeelpottery) on Instagram: “Family portrait. All available in my shop. Also, it’s Thursday. #potterythrowdown #madeincalifornia…”

62 Likes, 5 Comments - Marlize Myburgh Ceramics 🔹 (@marl1ze) on Instagram: “Some of my new cups for sale @mystudio_art_ . I made these out of stoneware caly, carved them at…”

Unicorn. Mattonella pavimentale, Stams, Zisterzienserstift und Stiftssammlungen

Explore renzodionigi's photos on Flickr. renzodionigi has uploaded 31410 photos to Flickr.

Winchester Cathedral Floor Tiles 2

13th-century floor tiles, form part of the largest surviving spread of medieval decorated floor tiles inside any building in England and you can still walk on them.

Stock Photo - Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire. Medieval 13th century clay and glazed floor tiles in the retroquire

Download this stock image: Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire. Medieval 13th century clay and glazed floor tiles in the retroquire - BH3JY5 from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Art Tile

Our art tiles are known for their historic craftsmanship, unique design, and signature rich glazes.

Plaque, probably from a Reliquary Shrine

Декоративные тарелки on Instagram: “Мои сокровища 💙💙💙”

3,306 Likes, 113 Comments - Декоративные тарелки (@a.nureeva) on Instagram: “Мои сокровища 💙💙💙”

Tile | V&A Search the Collections

One of four tiles of tin-glazed buff-coloured earthenware, painted with interlaced geometrical bands and with conventional foliage in the interspaces, reserved in white on a blue ground, from Murcia. Spanish (Valencia or Murcia), 1450-1500 6" square. Museum Number 5A-1908.

St. Swithin's Church, Launcells, Cornwall

15th century Barnstaple encaustic floor tiles

Анастасия Ропало on Instagram: “💙”

4,175 Likes, 35 Comments - Анастасия Ропало (@anastasia_ropalo) on Instagram: “💙”

Pavement | Keynsham Abbey tilery | V&A Search the Collections

Group of 31 tiles which formed part of a pavement, red earthenware, stamped and inlaid with white clay. Originally from Keynsham Abbey, Somerset. England, about 1250 to 1270. . Museum Number 1125 to DD-1892.

Medieval Floor Tile “Quilts” in the Churches of Dublin

In my mind, I write blog posts all the time - whenever I find something interesting, or see something new, or just want to share what I am working on. In reality, if you look at the archives for this blog, you will see that I really do not post very regularly. Recently I had…

Medieval Floor Tiles, Probably 13th Century, Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, England, April 2009

These mainly 12th century floor tiles are the oldest and largest expanse of medieval tiling to survive in the United Kingdom.

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