Ceramiche L'Etruria
Renaissance figures on hexagonal tiles

Ceramiche L'Etruria

Couple of Renaissance figures on hexagonal tiles dating to 17th/18th century. These portraits are painted following the main featueres of the Italian Renaissance style of portrait, one of whose early defining examples is the dyptich by Piero della Francesca depicting the Duke and the Duchess of Urbino.
These tiles are equipped with a hand made wrought iron wall mount frame.

Renaissance figures on hexagonal tiles | Strade Maestre

Info & Disclaimer

This item is a work resulting from several artistic and crafting techniques applied to an antique object: as such imperfections and inhomogeneities are present, mostly due to uneven responses of the centuries-old earthenware to the firing process.
The entire process of firing, in order to fix the painting and its bright colours, is extremely tricky and requires a substantial mastery to reduce risks of breakages.


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22cm x 25cm x 2,5cm

Usage Notes

These tiles can be used as home decor items or hung on walls thanks to the holes in the top faces.

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Recovery, adaptation, painting and finishing made ​​entirely by hand in Cortona, Italy.
Reproducibility is subject to obtaining tiles of the same size and age.