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18th century Portuguese Tiles Angel mini umbrella
Detail of a panel of 18th century tiles, golden period of this portuguese art. Portuguese tiles are one of the strongest expressions of Culture in Portugal and one of the most original contributions of portuguese to the Universal Culture.
Since medieval times, glazed tiles or azulejos (a word of possible Arabian origin – al-zuleycha) have had an uninterrupted presence in Portuguese architecture, building with the techniques of Moorish artisans, and further reflecting ceramic designs from Seville and Valencia.
Characteristics: These umbrellas are ideal to take in the handbag.
Length (closed): 24 cm; Weight: 308g; Cup (radius): 52 cm
Each item of Terra Lusa collections is a reference and a real tribute to Portugal’s cultural and emotional heritage. 800 years of History, Culture and Tradition are the source of inspiration for Terra Lusa products.Detail of glazed tiles panel from 17th century usually called Camellia.