Spanish tile

Spanish tile

1. A red roofing tile whose horizontal cross section has the shape of the letter S laid on its side.
2. Same as mission tile.
References in classic literature ?
'dobe house with whacking big Spanish tiles on the roof that I'd rented.
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Our house is about 20 years old and has a Spanish tile roof.
Egg cup, PS5, Paperchase A pop of colour for the kitchen Cat paper clips, PS5.50, Oliver Bonas Spanish tile plant pot, PS7.95, TheFarthing.co.uk
The Spanish tile sector has also been a leading performer in terms of added value and returns on investment and equity, according to a report by ACIM AC, the Italian ceramic equipment trade association.
There is an collection of ornate doors imported from around the world, an original Spanish tile fireplace and a 600 s/f enclosed atrium rising three stories high.
It features 25' ceilings with solid redwood beams, peg and groove oak floors, hand carved wood banisters, Spanish tile and a massive wood burning fireplace as the centerpiece.
City Centres four buildings have classical Mediterranean revival-style architecture that includes Spanish tile mansards, a central fountain and walking paths with brick pavestones.
Silhouette has launched its new Titan Accent Flora Edition eyewear collection, which is inspired by exotic flower gardens and abstract Spanish tile patterns.
"Between the tasting room and retail store, there's a Spanish grotto with an arched gateway, decorated with Spanish tile. Trig looked at it and said 'I like the idea of the archway, but we'd need something more local to replace the Spanish tile,' so we decided to use cedar with Cellar 70."
Located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan, it was a magnificent structure made of Indiana limestone, terra cotta brick, and with red Spanish tile on the roof.
"I pull some of the metric-based leadership from Bloomberg,'' he said during an interview at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, in a room covered in Spanish tile that served as the first locale for a fledgling little event called the Academy Awards.