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azulejo

An earthenware tile of Spanish manufacture, painted and enameled in rich colors, esp. one having a metallic luster.
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Em Lisboa, tecnicas tradicionais de revestimento parietal como o azulejo, os relevos ceramicos ou os paineis de mosaico sao alvo de um renovado interesse por parte de artistas e arquitetos, conhecendo paralelamente uma atualizacao de linguagens plasticas.
He had a few hand-beaded pieces, sporting patterns inspired by Portuguese azulejo tiles, and the carved patterns on the doors and ceilings of European churches.
Esta tecnica ceramica se desarrollo en Al-Andalus en el siglo X y mas tarde se introdujo en el azulejo industrial como alternativa al Zellige tradicional recortado en teselas, creando el mismo efecto en baldosas de forma cuadrada y de tamano estandar.
Blue and white azulejo tiles glint from the facades of grand, well-weathered buildings, with the most impressive display found in the concourse of the 1900s Sao Bento train station.
It's also far better than most wine snobs imagine; but I prefer rose with a bit more flavour like that of Azulejo 2012 (PS8.99), made from the local Camarate and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown near Lisbon.