Mosaico Nolla – Salvador Escrivá
Small business specialized in the manufacture and restoration of flooring made of Nolla-type mosaics, which are Victorian mosaics, not hydraulic ones.
The Victorian mosaics were invented in England in 1805 and developed in Spain by Miguel Nolla y Bruixet from 1864 to 1920, Nolla I, and from 1920 to 1970, Nolla II, becoming known worldwide because of their resistance, durability and beauty of their designs.
The Nolla mosaic is carried out with small porcelain stoneware, fired at 1300ºC.
The business specializes in the restoration of this type of flooring, both in the placing and the polishing of pieces, working always with the material which has been retrieved from the demolitions, saving this material from ending in a dump.
In recent times they have been manufacturing new pieces in the traditional way.
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