You have already seen modern Spanish wall tiles in both commercial and residential places. What you might not know is that these vibrant and intricate designs have a long history which is as rich as the designs themselves.
Before Muslims invaded Spain, ceramics were used in structural designs as roof tiles, unglazed bricks, eaves, eater channels, and so on. The Islamic culture later introduces glazed tiles which were enameled with metallic oxides. It was in Spain where the first Europeans used such tiles. Later, the tiles spread across the Western region.
The Spanish name for tin-glazed earthenware is Majolica. Majolica was a decorative tile which was characterized by a milk-white glaze. During the 17th century, Talavera became the new tin-glazed pottery. Talavera was a Spanish ceramic center.
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