Majolica ceramics generally belong to the category technically defined to "porous paste." Are known in the East the ancient, Byzantine and Islamic since the twelfth century.
The patterns of Persian tiles remain unchanged to this day and propose the artistic talent of local artisans.
They express in a sinuous color scheme, the reasons of flora and fauna, and alternatively the simplicity of the decorations to fish, all with the use of even mineral colors.
To enrich this art there are also the vitrification process and the double firing (biscuit) flame whose techniques are also unchanged from their origins.