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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural in blue with a lovely nautical themed flower vase, 18th century

Flower vase, c. 1760

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a bird cage and a yellow canary, 19th century

Bird cage, 19th century

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Antique Delft tile mural with a windmill in blue, 18th century

Windmill, 18th century

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Polychrome antique Delft tile mural with a Dutch landscape scene, 19th century

Dutch landscape, c. 1860

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Manganese antique Delft tile mural depicting a landscape scene with a lifely scenery, 19th century

Farm life, c. 1820

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Manganese antique Delft tile mural with a large flower vase decorated with a scutcheon, 18th century

Flower vase, c. 1740

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Manganese antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a wonderful flower vase, 18th century

Flower vase, c. 1780

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a flower vase and parrots in blue, 18th century

Flower vase, c. 1780

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Pair of Dutch Delft polychrome bird cage tile murals

Pair of bird cages, c. 1850

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Dutch Delft tile landscape mural in manganese

Canal and village, c. 1820 -1850

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Dutch Delft manganese tile mural depicting a cat

Cat with mouse, 18th century

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural depicting a bird cage in blue with a canary, 18th century

Bird cage, 18th century

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Antique Dutch Delft polychrome tile mural with a bull, 19th century

Bull, 19th century

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Antique polychrome Dutch Delft tile murals with Pendulum clocks, 19th century

Pendulum clocks, 19th century

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a flower vase in blue

Flower vase, c. 1780

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Set of Polychrome Dutch Delft tile mural depicting a Barge dog and a cat

Barge dog and cat, c. 1850

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural in blue with a bird cage and a canary, 18th century

Bird cage, 18th century

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Antique Dutch Delft polychrome tile mural with a horse and a farmer, 19th century

Farmer and horse, 19th century

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a flower vase and prancing horses, 18th century

Flower vase, c. 1800

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Rare and large tile mural made by the Royal factory of Tichelaar depicting a 17th century marine captain

Marine captain, c. 1900

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Antique Dutch Delft manganese tile mural with a farm scene

Farm scene, c. 1820 - 1850

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Antique Dutch Delft tile mural with a bird cage and a yellow canary, 18th century

Bird cage, 18th century

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Antique Dutch Delft polychrome tile mural with a dog wearing a collar, 19th century

Dog, 19th century

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Antique Dutch tile mural depicting a 'keeshond' or 'barge dog

Barge dog, c. 1850

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Antique Dutch tile mural with boats and village

Dutch landscape, c. 1800

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Two Antique Dutch tile murals with horse and cow, 19th century

Horse and cow, c. 1820

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Antique Dutch tile mural with flower vase in blue

Flower vase, c. 1800

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Prancing Horse, c. 1800-1820

Prancing Horse, c. 1800-1820

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Antique Dutch tile mural with manganese flower vase

Flower vase, c. 1800

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Antique Dutch tile mural with horse in horse mill

Horse mill, c. 1800

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The history of Delft tiles

At the beginning of the 16th century, Dutch pottery manufactures began making tiles that we nowadays know as Delft or Dutch tiles.The Dutch were influenced by the Chinese, who introduced them to their porcelain. Although the initial purpose of the tiles was mainly practical, the early 16th century tiles already show a high level of craftmanship and are often decorated with beautiful images. They were used as decorative patterns in fireplaces, kitchens and hallways, quite often combined with tile murals. Over time the tiles became more and more popular for decoration purposes, as the wealthy Dutch were able to show their good taste and abundance with intriguing scenes and mystical, never before seen, creatures. At one point, there were more than 400 tile factories in Holland that together made more than 800 million tiles. At the moment only a few factories remain. Luckily we can still enjoy the charm of these tin-glazed products on a daily basis.
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