The pattern found in this ceramic tile comprises a set of terracotta flowers with yellow round centers. When four or more tiles are put together, a blue flower emerges at the center of each corner intersection(as shown in the second picture). The third picture shows the pattern created by this tile in a 4x4 arrangement. Each piece of Mexican Talavera tile is hand painted, offering you a one of a kind product. No two tiles are exactly the same, and will vary slightly in color and shape. These changes might also happen from shipment to shipment, so it is important to order the whole set of tiles for your project at the same time.
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.
|Enjoy some pictures of projects where blue seville talavera mexican tile has been used.|
Mexican Tile In A Kitchen Backsplash
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