The cloisters adjoining are surrounded with a light arcade, with enrichments in the spandrils and frieze, all in terra cotta.
Can these have been of terra cotta of the della Robbia school?
Italian marble, terra cotta and Mexican onyx are the principal materials used, and nothing "equally as good" is tolerated.
Another is a dining-room of copper, bronze and terra cotta shades.
There were also several lamps, a small altar of terra cotta, and a few glass perfume vials.
In London, the substitute for the clay would be terra cotta.
terra cotta and Tiles,—Owing to large deposits of fine clays suitable for making such articles.
The sphere is of terra cotta; the marks that have been made on it are rough and ill formed.
Before him there is the grand doorway, surmounted by the oft-described arch of Spanish shields in terra cotta.
How minutely expressive are the terra cotta images of Spain!