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Spotted Dog Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x12"
Spotted Dog Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x12"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$110
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 15 x 30 cm (approx. 6 x 12 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More
Bird Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x8"
Bird Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x8"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$66
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 10 x 20 cm (approx. 4 x 8 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More
Rabbit Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x8"
Rabbit Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x8"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$66
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 10 x 20 cm (approx. 4 x 8 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More
Rabbit Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x6"
Rabbit Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x6"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$83
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 6 x 6 cm (approx. 2.4 inch) 15 x 15 cm (approx. 6 inch)Read More
Man Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 2.4"x2.4"
Man Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 2.4"x2.4"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$33
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 6 x 6 cm (approx. 2.4 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More
Woman Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x4"
Woman Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x4"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$46
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 10 x 10 cm (approx. 4 inch)Read More
Bird Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x12"
Bird Rectangle Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 6"x12"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$110
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 15 x 30 cm (approx. 6 x 12 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More
Italian Ceramic Tile, St. Nicholas, San Nicola
Italian Ceramic Tile, St. Nicholas, San Nicolaby BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$120
A wonderful hand-painted Italian Ceramic tile to adorn your wall. Can be set into a kitchen backsplash. Includes a hook on back for hanging. 10x20 cm - 3.9 x 7.9 inches Made by Bottega degli Artisti. St. Nicholas is celebrated as the patron saint of several classes of people, especially, in the East, of sailors and in the West of children. The first of these patronage is most likely due to the legend that during his lifetime, he appeared to storm tossed mariners who invoked his aid off the coast of Lycia and brought them safely to port. Sailors in the Aegean and Ionian seas, following a common Eastern custom, had their "star of St. Nicholas" and wished one another a good voyage in the phrase "May St. Nicholas hold the tiller." The legend of the "three children" is credited to his patronage of children and various observances, ecclesiastical and secular, connected there with; such were the boy bishop and especially in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, the giving of presents in his name at Christmas time. Mattonella are hand-painted Italian Ceramic Tiles. Bottega degli Artisti features an assortment of Mattonelle in Professions, Saints & Botanical designs and can custom make any design of your liking. Bottega degli Artisti is very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.Read More
Sun Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x4"
Sun Square Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 4"x4"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$46
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 10 x 10 cm (approx. 4 inch)Read More
Spotted Dog Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 2.4"x4.3"
Spotted Dog Tile, San Donato, Made in Castelli, Italy, 2.4"x4.3"by BOTTEGA DEGLI ARTISTI
$46
The San Donato tiles are reproductions of the beautiful tiles that cover the ceiling of The Church of San Donato in Castelli, Italy. San Donato owes its fame to the beautiful majolica ceiling which earned her the nickname "The Sistine Chapel of Majolica". The ceiling, made between 1615 and 1617, was composed of 780 tiles votive art castle, decorated with profiles, coats of arms, animals, astronomical symbols and floral patterns and bright colors. Bottega degli Artisti is a very famous in Italy and abroad, being one of the best producer of pottery in Castelli. Castelli is a little village in the centre of Italy, just close to the Gran Sasso Mountain. Castelli is best known for its, a form of decorative ceramic, which were collected by the nobility of Europe for centuries and which were at their pinnacle from the 16th through 18th century and are still produced today by local artists. Castelli majolica was a favorite dinnerware of Russian Tsars. One of the most valued collections of Castelli ceramics is now housed at the Winter Palace of the Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Castelli, the art of ceramics has more than 500 years of history, and this little village is one of the five Italian towns popular for ceramics and majolicas. Some traditional and original items belonging in Castelli's collection are kept in London at the British Museum. Bottega degli Artisti reproduces that ancient collection and offers new ones to satisfy the most different exigences and tastes. The San Donato Italian Ceramic Tiles are imported from Castelli, Italy. The Italian Tiles come in various sizes. All Tiles must be ordered from the factory in Italy. 6 x 11 cm (approx. 2.4 x 4.3 inch) ***Not suitable for floors. Made in Italy. 1.5 cm thick (0.6 inch)Read More