18th century Tile Tableau "Sommelsdijk"
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This tile tableau is a reproduction of an 18th century Delft Blue tableau consisting of 96 ceramic tiles.
The original was made in 1725 and used to hang in an orphanage in Sommelsdijk. The maker of this beautiful Delft Blue design is unknown. This tile tableau is part of the Rijksmuseum ceramic collection since 1897.
We have reproduced the original tableau on decorative tiles. They are mounted on MDF-board, which has been painted with several coats of Dutch White paint. The tableau has a custom-made French cleat hanging system on the back for quick and easy hanging in your home or office. The result looks stunning.
Tableau size: 80 x 120 cm
Size of individual tiles: 10 x 10 cm
Amount of tiles: 96
We also deliver this tile mural in loose tiles so you can mount them directly onto the wall. Contact us for more information.
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Tile tableau of faience, consisting of 96 tiles, painted blue in the glaze with a flower vase on a pedestal. To the left of this is a parrot on a stick, to the right a rooster. The design is surrounded on three sides by a border of leaf and flower motifs with cupids.
Source; Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Care for your product:
Always handle the ceramic gloss tiles with care. They are for interior decorative use. You can clean your tile tableau with a soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleaning product like glassex. Do not hang the tableau in direct sunlight or fading will occur over the years.