Walls in the foyer of the Museo de Bellas Artes in Sevilla are tiled with 15th-century azulejos. The early 19th-century azulejo (pictured below) found at a local flea market is a copy of the 15th-century tile pictured (above, center).
The azulejos pictured (above and below) are reproductions of designs from the 15th-18th centuries. They are produced by the master tilemaker Antonio Campos, at his workshop in Triana. His work is available at Ceramica Santa Ana, also in Triana.
The paisley-patterned tablecloth in the background of these photos was purchased in Sevilla during a 2004 visit.