Green Glazed Breezeway Tile

c. 1900
W: 13.0" D: 13.0" H: 1.75"
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This early 20th century breezeway tile has a simple lattice design comprised of swirling clouds around a central floral motif. A beautiful turquoise-green glaze cloaks the exterior, pooling in every crevice with dark, richly saturated color. Much like wooden lattice panels, perforated ceramic tiles such as this were used to allow light and air to flow through the walled courtyards of Qing-dynasty homes, schools, and temples. Today, these tiles add rich color to modern interiors as a wall sculptures, trivets, or chargers.

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