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Hungarian State Treasury's Building with Zsolnay ceramic roof tiles. #Budapest

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿⊱Hungarian State Treasury's Building with Zsolnay ceramic roof tiles.

Bukran Unique Arts and Crafts Bowl 7 Birthday by bukranceramics on Etsy, $110.00

Items similar to Bukran Unique Arts and Crafts Bowl 7 Birthday Gold Flower Hand Painted Handmade Gift Hungarian Present Ceramics Original Fruit Candy on Etsy

It' name is: miskakancsó  Budapest , Hungary

Hungarian Miskakancsó, have one a bit plainer than this.

Hungarian tile with "Tree of Life" from Kalotaszeg (Hungarian region), Transylvania.  Private collection, Hungary.  Kalotaszeg is a region in Romania, belonging to the area of Transylvania which was formerly part of the Hungarian Kingdom. It is one of the areas in Western Romania with a significant Hungarian population, and it is a stronghold of old Transylvanian Hungarian folk traditions.  After the "Treaty" of Trianon of 1920, it became part of Romania. Dictatorially, without a referendum.

Hungarian tile with "Tree of Life" from Kalotaszeg (Hungarian region)…

Arthome,Síp str, in party distr. - Apartments for Rent in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Arthome,Síp str, in party distr. - Apartments for Rent in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Arthome,Síp str, in party distr. - Apartments for Rent in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Arthome,Síp str, in party distr. - Apartments for Rent in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Hungarian wood burning stove made with Herend porcelain tiles - a really beautiful example.

Hungarian coal burning stove made with Herend porcelain tiles. The tiles hold and give off heat long after the fire goes out.

Entire home/apt in Budapest, Hungary. Property and former home of a well-known Hungarian ceramic artist. In the very-very centre of the downtown, still quite. Almost everything in walking distance (Szimpla and  and the Synagogue) Walls are decorated by the artwork of the artist owner.

Entire home/apt in Budapest, Hungary. Property and former home of a well-known Hungarian ceramic artist. In the very-very centre of the downtown, still quite. Almost everything in walking distance (Szimpla and and the Synagogue) Walls are decorated by the artwork of the artist owner.

Miklos Zsolnay, founder of Zsolnay Pottery & Porcelain in Hungary,1853

Miklos Zsolnay, founder of Zsolnay Pottery Porcelain in

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