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Talavera Tile 4x4 inch (90 pieces) - Style AZ167

Talavera Tile 4x4 inch (90 pieces) - Style AZ167

These beatiful handpainted Mexican Talavera tiles will give a colorful decorative touch to your bathrooms, vanities, window surrounds, fireplaces and more.
  • Hand crafted and hand painted by an artisan in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico.
  • Picture shows four tiles so that you can see how the figures fit together.
  • The colors on each piece may vary from those shown in the picture, because each item is individually hand painted,
  • This product requires 15 days to ship because we do not have it on stock
Price: US$136.49 / Sale: US$118.99   ON SALE   

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Caring for your Mexican Blown Glassware

(some advice from an expert ...)

Because blown glassware is affected by heat, water and cold temperatures, many customers ask if it is safe to put their Mexican stemware in the dishwasher. Speaking from personal experience, I have been putting my Mexican blown glassware in the dishwasher for years, and I can promise that my mother, and grandmother have done the same.

My only observation is that since I have hard water, and the glassware is so durable, a film of calcium can build up after years of dishwashing. However, I do recommend hand washing blown glass pitchers, to protect their handles, and to better clean their steeply curved interiors.

Never serve hot liquids in Mexican glassware. Quick changes in temperature can cause the glassware to crack. Dishwashers build and lower temperature gradually, whereas rapidly filling a Mexican blown glassware pitcher with hot brewed tea will certainly result in a crack. Only fill your blown glassware with cold or room temperature liquids.

Blue Rim Mexican blown glassware is the most durable variety of Mexican glassware. With normal usage, pieces can last up to 20 years.

Mexican glassware does not bounce, so please refrain from dropping them! I have only replenished my shelf of Mexican glassware once in my 23 year marriage. Once my children got older, we seemed to have less glassware breakage.