glazed brick

glazed brick

Brick or tile having a ceramic glazed finish. See also: Brick
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glazed brick

A brick that has been fired in a kiln hot enough to fuse the clay and sand on its surface, usually forming a dark glassy coating.
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To set itself apart from the new developments coming to Manhattan, Magnum decided to use a bronze glazed brick that is speckled with gold dust for the first two floors and surrounding the casement windows.
"We have seen projects that are pretty low quality but are all in glazed brick. They look fantastic and glazed brick is really expensive, but it isn't adding value in the project."
"But there was something I loved about adding the white glazed brick too--it felt right for the vibe." Henrick Textured Copper Slipper Tub, $1,999; signature hardware.com.
When the pool opened the Stirling Journal described it as 25 yards long and 121/2 yards wide and built of "nicely finished white glazed brick work".
Fired-day brick trends for 2018 feature whites, grays, black, deep reds, painted and glazed brick with overall larger unit sizes.
Fired-clay brick trends this year feature whites, grays, black, deep reds, painted and glazed brick with overall larger sizes.
In total, the building is composed of seven different colors of glazed brick, specifically selected for the small child scale, and six different colors of glass.
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Inside, there are glazed brick walls, oak panelling and terrazzo flooring.
The fall of the Assyrian Empire and the rise of the Babylonians set the stage for the creation of this month's featured Art Print: a polychrome glazed brick depicting a striding lion: one of many such bricks comprising the famous Ishtar Gate (604-562 B.C.)
Later; brick, glazed brick, tile, tile mosaic, cut stone, coloured stone and marble continued to be used throughout history in different structures of architecture such as palaces, mosques, madrasahs and complexes built by Anatolian Seljuks in different parts of Anatolia.