Mid-18th century “Albarrada” or flower vase composition with floral and geometric motif frieze tiles.
Flower vases were used as a repetition motif in palaces and churches, mostly common areas such as corridors.
This example is composed of a central basket sitting on a pedestal and two single column vases on each side.
The painting is monochromatic blue over white glaze. This was the fashion of azulejos of the 1st half of 18th century in Portugal that followed the trend of Ming porcelain and Delft tiles.
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