Polychromed pattern “diamond tip” of the first half of the 17th century. This pattern termed diamond tip due to its central pyramid motif is one of the finest examples of Mannerist tiling. It includes classical references – the egg and the dart motif, waves and palmettes, frames and diamond tips, creation an illusion of depth by establishing areas of light and shade.
Classified as P-74 ( J.M.Santos Simões - Azulejaria em Portugal seculo XVII) It includes classical references such as the egg and dart motif, waves and palmettes, and diamond tips, creating an illusion of depth through establishing areas of light and shade. There are several variations to this pattern, which was produced until, circa 1630.
A larger version of the same pattern is part of the permanent National Tile Museum exposition in Lisbon, item nº 518
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