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Orientalische marokkanische Mosaikbrunnen

We have our mosaic fountains made in the Moroccan city of Fez. The oldest royal city in the country is a center of mosaic craftsmanship. Here, as they have been since time immemorial, the Zellige tiles are hewn by hand into various shapes and then laid into small masterpieces. Poured with mortar, the elements combine to form a typical Moroccan Zellij decor. 

The special thing about the enameled tiles is: Due to the handmade production and the manual application of the glaze, new nuances of a color are created again and again. No tile is like the other, no tile mosaic is the same as the next. Each Moroccan mosaic fountain is unique.

The mosaicists are inspired by the art that surrounds them everywhere in Fez. Richly decorated gates, mosques, minarets and towers display the most diverse patterns in the most beautiful colors. The medina of Fez is said to still have the most public wall fountains. Even though domestic fountains have long since taken over their traditional function: For refreshment, the partly magnificent historic mosaic fountains are still popular.

We have our mosaic fountains made in the Moroccan city of Fez. The oldest royal city in the country is a center of mosaic craftsmanship. Here, as they have been since time immemorial, the Zellige... read more »
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Orientalische marokkanische Mosaikbrunnen

We have our mosaic fountains made in the Moroccan city of Fez. The oldest royal city in the country is a center of mosaic craftsmanship. Here, as they have been since time immemorial, the Zellige tiles are hewn by hand into various shapes and then laid into small masterpieces. Poured with mortar, the elements combine to form a typical Moroccan Zellij decor. 

The special thing about the enameled tiles is: Due to the handmade production and the manual application of the glaze, new nuances of a color are created again and again. No tile is like the other, no tile mosaic is the same as the next. Each Moroccan mosaic fountain is unique.

The mosaicists are inspired by the art that surrounds them everywhere in Fez. Richly decorated gates, mosques, minarets and towers display the most diverse patterns in the most beautiful colors. The medina of Fez is said to still have the most public wall fountains. Even though domestic fountains have long since taken over their traditional function: For refreshment, the partly magnificent historic mosaic fountains are still popular.