Third step of making pure Moroccan tiles

Third step of making pure Moroccan tiles

Second step of making Moroccan Tiles ||Moroccan zellige || Zellige   Artzellige is welcoming you in the third episode of making Tiles, in this article we will describe another step of making pure Moroccan tiles. In the first article we spoke about how Artzellige choose and filter the clay which is the main source of making tile,… View more

How Moroccan tiles are made || First Step

How Moroccan tiles are made || First Step

How Artzellige make pure Moroccan Tiles ||Moroccan zellige || Zelliges    In this article we will explain how we proceed in the first step of making zellige. From hard clay to the beautiful colored tiles, Artzellige present the handmade ancestral traditions followed by our factory in Fes. After finding a good quality of clay which… View more

The traditional style of the Moroccan Zellige Tiles and mosaic.

The traditional style of the Moroccan Zellige Tiles and mosaic.

Artzellige || Moroccan zellige || Zelliges || Moroccan tiles    have a considerable historical background; it reflects on the normal style, moreover, it exists virtually at each Moroccan house; or associate degree recent building within the empyreal Medinas like Fez and Marrakesh. The Moroccan Zellige tiles or the Moroccan Mosaic; square measure historically handsewn by artisans and handicrafts; from pellucid natural clay and cement, mixte with water; shapes by hand and hard-boiled in fireplace kilns; with barely of ancient Mediterranean and geographic area region influence on the style ; it’s the distinctive traditional design… View more

Cement Tiles

Cement Tiles

 The Cement Tile history || Zelliges || Moroccan tiles    The earliest recorded appearances of concrete tiles area unit around 711 in Moorish Kingdom of Spain. These tiles were created employing a mixture of sand, ground clay and vibrant pigments and featured ornate styles and complicated patterns. These were wont to lavishly enhance places of worship and public buildings like bathhouses and courtyards of the wealthy and powerful. In the late nineteenth century,… View more

Moroccan tiles and zelliges

Moroccan tiles and zelliges

Artzellige || The Moroccan Tiles and zellige history || Zelliges || Moroccan tiles || Mosaic Tiles   The Moroccan Tiles art is the oldest handicraft in Morocco; as a tradition, it survived through difficult times; particularly in imperial cities; like Fes and Marrakech and Meknes. Throughout history, the zellige prospered within the Moroccan area; the Arabs-Andalusians artisans; developed their design techniques; but, they replaced the glass with glazed and cut ceramics; side additional colors; to give this… View more