After reading my poem Ode to Seville, some people requested to see more tiles from my collection. The tile pictured with the poem was from the 16th century. The tiles pictured here are from the 19th century, purchased through an antiques dealer specialising in pottery and tiles. One 18th-century tile was found at Seville's famous Thursday flea market. The price? Five euros (about $5.60)!
A set of 19th-century glazed tiles shows damage to the edges of both tiles. It is a reproduction of a Toledo design from 1475-1500. Nine tiles are required to show the overall pattern of interlocking diamond shapes, with a central starburst design in honey-brown.
These glazed tiles (above and below) depict various parts of an elaborate design. They are 19th-century reproductions of a Toledo tile from 1475-1500, glazed in white, honey-brown, green, blue and manganese-brown.
This tile from Triana, Seville dates from around 1845. It came from the estate of a local tile collector.
Islamic architectural domes are depicted in this 19th-century reproduction of a 16th-century piece. It was produced in Barcelona, but purchased in Seville.