Ericeira blue long chandelier earrings, Stylish gipsy earrings, cobalt blue earrings, bohemian women jewelry

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These are a beautiful Ericeira blue earrings, they are a long chandelier
earrings. Silver finish metal base and a replica of old Portuguese tile, in
blue and white. These earrings also have beautiful cobalt blue glass beads.
They are very Light earrings, and easy to combine with any look.
These earrings will be sent in a beautiful handmade envelope made of blue
cloth, prepared as a gift.

The cares to have:

* Do not expose to direct contact with perfumes or similar substances that
could alter the brightness of the piece

Some historical data:

To talk about the history of Portuguese tiles, we have to refer to its origin.
The influence of Muslim ornamental decoration had a strong influence on the
Portuguese tile culture.

In practical terms, the Portuguese tile is called a square ceramic plate, of
little thickness, usually in the measures 15x15 cm or in smaller formats. This
artefact has one of the decorated and glazed faces, the result of firing a
coating usually dominated as enamel, making it waterproof and shiny. Its use is
also common in countries like Spain, Italy, Holland, Turkey, Iran or Morocco.

History and origin of Portuguese tiles:

With the beginning of its propagation in the 16th century, through the Iberian
Peninsula, the development of the tile was in charge of the ceramics of Seville.

He arrived in Portugal in 1498, by King D. Manuel I, on one of his trips to
Spain. Portugal learned the method of manufacture and painting, and Portuguese
tile became one of the strongest expression marks of its culture.

The brightness, exuberance and fantasy of the ornamental motifs came from the
East. From China, the porcelain blue arrived, which in the second half of the
17th century, gave the tile compositions without repetitive character, full of
dynamism and shapes in movement.

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