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Antique brick specifications and production techniques, decorative patterns and color applications
The specifications of antique tiles are usually 300×300, 400×400, 500×500, 600×600, 300×600, and 800×800, while those in Europe are mainly 300×300, 400×400, and 500×500. It is mainly based on 600×600 and 300×600; 300×600 is the current popular specification at home and abroad. The surface of the antique brick is made into a flat surface and has a small concave and convex surface; the antique brick is mostly fired at a temperature of 1180 to 1230°C and burned in a roller kiln. The firing cycle is usually 50 to 70. Points, more than 500 × 500 after the firing of ceramic tile, and more fully enclosed dry dusting process.
Antique brick patterns are mainly made of imitation wood, imitation stone and imitation leather; there are also imitation plants, imitation geometric patterns, imitation fabrics, imitation wallpaper, imitation metal and so on. After firing, the pattern can be softly thrown, or it can be thrown and thrown. Porcelain glazed tiles design patterns and colors are the most colorful of all ceramics.
In the use of color and color, antique tiles mostly adopt natural colors, and use monochromatic and composite colors. Natural colors are taken from the colors of land, sea, sky, etc. These natural colors are common in every corner of the world, such as sand and soil. Brown, tan, and red shades; green, yellow, and orange shades of leaves; blue, green, and red colors of water and sky, and these colors are often used by designers for decorative antique tiles. Then there is the more abstract effect of spring, summer, autumn and winter on natural colors. The natural colors may be bright or soft; warm or gloomy; warm or cold, in short, to capture these feelings, Apply color to antique tiles.