Tiles in Moroccan style produced in Nabuel port, 15 x 15 cm. The close proximity of Morocco and Tunisia has a great influence on the design of utility ceramics. Symmetrical, geometrically perfect and bold decorations of the tiles are the hallmark of Moroccan tiles. The colouring of the tiles in blue, green, yellow, orange and black is obvious here.
The first information on ceramic art in Morocco dates back to the 8th century, while The blossom comes in the 15th century. In Tunisia, the capital of ceramics is Nabuel, so we can assume that ceramic basin of Moroccan art are the cities of Safi, Fez and Mekenes. In these cities there are a mass of smaller and larger cooperatives producing ceramics. It is impossible not to to mention the small craft workshops, where tradition, patterns, pass from father to a son. Each of these cities has a slightly different design style, but it can be assumed that The ornamentation applied on the tile is bold and the shapes geometrically perfect. The dominant colours are green, blue, shades of orange and black.
Tiles with these ornaments will be chosen by every person who likes decorations with these types of ornaments. The unquestionable advantage of these tiles is that the colours placed on them can be adjusted to any room and decor without too much risk. A bit of imagination is enough and we can already enjoy the mixture of styles placed in the chosen space?
Due to their unique design, the tiles must be characterised by high precision. The ornamentation made on Nabuel tiles is applied by serigraphy. The patterns are reproducible, exactly the same, because serigraphy is a technique almost identical to screen printing. The process of forming the tiles, firing them after glazing, makes them a high-quality, durable product.