This more than 100 year-old Spanish tile measures 1/2" thick by 5.25" square. It is made by cuerda seca technique, I believe. It has beautiful colors, and depicts Sancho Panza on a burro against a very lush landscape. This tile is believed to come from the series on 'Don Quixote' from the turn of the last century. It may have some pencil marks, but no impressed markings at all. It is a nice thick tile, with a nice heft, and great color. It is in near original condition, with just some tiny, no harm glaze nicks on the edges, all shown in the photos, and not bad for being over 100 years-old. This tile makes a very handsome presentation.