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Happiness Art Mosaic

Mosaic art work of the Chinese symbol for happiness.

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Mosaics decoration was first used many centuries ago. People from all over the world loved and decorated their floors, walls and places of worship with the small, wonderful, colored cut pieces. It was the Greeks, in the four centuries BC, who raised the pebble technique to an art form, with precise geometric patterns and detailed scenes of people and animals. By 200 BC, specially manufactured pieces (“tesserae”) were being used to give extra detail and range of color to the work. Using small tesserae, meant that mosaics could imitate paintings.

Price: $50.00

Love Art Mosaic

Mosaic art work of the Chinese symbol for love.

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Mosaics decoration was first used many centuries ago. People from all over the world loved and decorated their floors, walls and places of worship with the small, wonderful, colored cut pieces. It was the Greeks, in the four centuries BC, who raised the pebble technique to an art form, with precise geometric patterns and detailed scenes of people and animals. By 200 BC, specially manufactured pieces (“tesserae”) were being used to give extra detail and range of color to the work. Using small tesserae, meant that mosaics could imitate paintings.

Price: $50.00

Peace Art Mosaic

Mosaic art work of the Chinese symbol for Peace.

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Mosaics decoration was first used many centuries ago. People from all over the world loved and decorated their floors, walls and places of worship with the small, wonderful, colored cut pieces. It was the Greeks, in the four centuries BC, who raised the pebble technique to an art form, with precise geometric patterns and detailed scenes of people and animals. By 200 BC, specially manufactured pieces (“tesserae”) were being used to give extra detail and range of color to the work. Using small tesserae, meant that mosaics could imitate paintings.

Price: $50.00

Wealth Art Mosaic

Mosaic art work of the Chinese symbol for wealth.

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Mosaics decoration was first used many centuries ago. People from all over the world loved and decorated their floors, walls and places of worship with the small, wonderful, colored cut pieces. It was the Greeks, in the four centuries BC, who raised the pebble technique to an art form, with precise geometric patterns and detailed scenes of people and animals. By 200 BC, specially manufactured pieces (“tesserae”) were being used to give extra detail and range of color to the work. Using small tesserae, meant that mosaics could imitate paintings.

Price: $50.00