Delft Blue Tiles

These typical Delft Blue tiles were inspired by the Chinese porcelain that became popular in the Netherlands during the 17th century. The trade by the Dutch East India company delivered it in quantity to the Netherlands. War with the Chinese, and other supply problems led to the Dutch investing in the duplication of a method that the Chinese had kept a secret for over a thousand years. In 1708 Dutch inventors in Leiden were successful in producing the first Dutch tiles. (Source: Wikipedia)

 
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  1. Tile "The Bicycle", 13 cm
    Tile "The Bicycle", 13 cm
    €9.95
  2. Tile "The Cat", 13 cm
    Tile "The Cat", 13 cm
    €9.95
  3. Tile "Two Mills", 13 cm
    Tile "Two Mills", 13 cm
    €9.95
  4. Tile "Windmill with cows"
    Tile "Windmill with cows"
    €3.95
  5. Tile Canal Houses 1, 13 cm
    Tile Canal Houses 1, 13 cm
    €9.95
    Out of stock
  6. Tile Canal Houses 2, 13 cm
    Tile Canal Houses 2, 13 cm
    €9.95
    Out of stock
  7. Tile Fish, 13 cm
    Tile Fish, 13 cm
    €9.95
  8. Tile Holland, 20cm
    Tile Holland, 20cm
    €8.95
  9. Tile Puppy, 13 cm
    Tile Puppy, 13 cm
    €9.95
  10. Tile Tulip, 13 cm
    Tile Tulip, 13 cm
    €9.95
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