encore une belle mosaïque dans ton musée des bancs, magnifique. still a beautiful mosaic in your museum benches, beautiful.
I saw some of the other tiled benches you posted before and it gave me the idea to tile mine. It turned out great! Thanks for the wonderful photos, JM.
This is composed beautifully. You impart a sense of dignity to these old tiles.
One more nice bench
More beautiful tiles! I enjoy maxing the photos to see the details. Love the birds interspersed with the flowers on this one. Is there a particular reason for the predominance of the colour blue?
Details give me a sense of the whole of an item: just as the whole creates a need to see the detail. These tiles - and the variation in the way they have aged - are delicious to look over.
I never get tired of looking at those blue tiles!
There must have been a plethora of tile folks in the 18th century...or did the trend continue?They are very beautiful, for sure!
Lovely old tile!
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This typical Portuguese-styled tiling is so nice!By the way, thanks for your visits and comments on Luna's blog. Actually Luna is the one who deserves most credit for providing an interesting blog, 'cause she's really cute! (okay, this is certainly biased but... you would agree, wouldn't you?) :-)Cezar & Léia
So well preserved. Wonderful blue and white.
Have I ever written that I love those tiles you show in your posts? I'm sure I have! Thyey are beautiful!!!
In this case, time has certainly taken its toll but in a beautiful way. Growing old with such dignity, that's something to aspire for.
Those tiles are gorgeous.
the variety of tiles is incredible !
How pretty! I love the blue and white.Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Sorry for the glitch - again. I appreciate your patience. Come back tomorrow for more of Fairhaven!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
Lovely tiles :)
This is a work of art!
More tiles! Lovely as always :)
Tiled benches. Never seen that. Bring your own pillow :)
Oh...now this is a nice close-up of those beautiful old tiles. I like the bird with hiis upraised wings especially!
I believe that it's only in your country that you can find this kind of benches! You are welcome to continue the series! :-)
Whatr fascintates me about this one is not just that the blue and white tiles but also the way their age is showing.
gorgeous close-up. great composition
it looks oreintal but i think it's not. i like those in our kitchen.
oh! I like such details! Benches which you show on your blog are incredible!
Such wonderful detail on each tile...
Great composition. As the decoration fades, it kind of becomes more precious.I'm taking a break from blogging, but will visit your fine blog from time to time, JM. Kindest regards from Amsterdam.
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