Padre Luís Cabral 890
Hand painted Portuguese tiles. Find the original tiles here.
Some ideas to use our Portuguese tiles
You can use our tiles in your kitchen to cover a wall, as a backsplash, under the kitchen island, as countertops or on the sink. In your bathroom wall or shower, in the entrance wall, stairs, fireplace, tabletop, pool, garden, fountain… your imagination is the limit. They can be used also individually as decorative pieces. Frame them, use them as a base, coaster, or to cover a table top. Or just make with them the perfect wedding gift. The possibilities are endless!
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We will send you the quote including shipping costs.
- Order more than 50 tiles (1 square meter) and get a special discount.
- We ship our tiles worldwide.
- Colors can be customized. Add your choices to the “Order notes” field.
- Our tiles are not suitable for flooring.
A simple and delicate design in cobalt blue. It features a central flower and decorative corners that are completed by creating a floral ornament when several tiles are joined together.
Ceramic tile made in Portugal.
Carefully hand painted with stencils, a 19th century original technique.
Glazed with an opaque white glaze imitating those of the 17th century.
Fired 2 times in a kiln.
Measurements 14 x 14 x 0.8 cm / 5.5 x 5.5 x 3.1 in.
As the tiles are hand-painted with a brush, slight variations in tone and appearance may occur.
Real colors may differ from their appearance on your display.
Our tiles are made to order and painted by hand in a delicate process.
Production time depends on the model and quantity. Please contact us to have an estimate.
Each purchase comes carefully packaged.
Custom orders are welcome and are available upon request.
Buying our Portuguese tiles you will be funding our side project “Os Azulejos do Porto“, an online catalogue of Porto facade tiles.
|Dimensions||14 × 14 × 0,8 cm|
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