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Taxco Talavera Mexican Tile > 211315-95
Weight: 0.35 pounds
Our price: $1.30
This Talavera ceramic tile is hand-painted in a white/cream background. The foreground colors are mostly green and terracota and the upper and lower strips in blue cobalt. In the manufacturing process the whole tile is painted in white as a first step and then the rest of the tile is painted on top of the white paint. This tile can be used as an accent tile in any wall or horizontal surface. Just an example of the patterns you can make using more than one kind of tile, the picture embedded shows the Blue Cobalt Talavera Ceramic Tile in a linear pattern with the green chain Talavera ceramic tile. .
The tile is hand-painted, this means that no two tiles are exactly alike! There might be small differences in size, weight and even the color. If you want to enhance that little spot in your wall or any indoors/outdoors space, this is what you are looking for! This tile is special for small patches or entire wall decoration, as you can see from the pattern found in the embedded picture.
All of our Talavera tiles have a heavily hand-made process involved; as such, imperfections are expected. Color variations are to be expected from batch to batch. What you see on your screen might not be exactly what you will get, this is mostly due to several factors, among others: lighting when the picture was taken, lighting in your own monitor, but mostly changes in the glazes used between batches. All these factors are beyond our control. If in doubt, we recommend you to order a sample before committing to a bigger order.
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