The Daily Pic: China's terracotta army was built for fighting, not for looking at.
He went so far as to have rivers of mercury set up in his tomb, along with his famous thousand-soldier strong terracotta Army.
The gargoyles also, which later were always of stone, were originally of terracotta.
On one side of the fountain a semicircular bench of tuff and terracotta.
Another important argument is furnished by the certain use of terracotta plates as acroteria.
He looked at the bow-windows, the cheap picturesque gables, the terracotta dragons clawing a dirty sky.
It seems surprising that such a terracotta sheathing should be applied on a structure of stone.
It is interesting also to find relief-work in terracotta as well as painting on a plane surface.
Originally it had been a villa residence—a red-brick villa, covered with creepers and crowned with terracotta dragons.
I must not omit to mention that the small red shafts in the arcade below the belfry seem to be made of terracotta.