4 cuerda seca tiles from Seville
A panel of 4 tiles decorated with a Hispano-Moorish pattern, most likely made in Seville at the end of the fifteenth or early sixteenth century. Decorated using cuerda seca technique (dry cord) and polychrome glaze. Tiles are mounted on an old wooden frame. Provenance: Achterbergh collection. Van Achterbergh senior managed to gather an enormous collection of tiles and majolica dating from between 1400 and 1700. Van Achterbergh sr. gave part of the collections on loan to several museum in the Netherlands. In 2012 and 2013 part of the collection on loan by Princessehof was sold at auction.
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