Zendrówka Brick

Ceramic bricks burnt to the limit of the glass. Its surfaces are shiny and darker than ordinary bricks. Used to build foundations and heavily loaded pillars. During the gothic period, often used for decorative purposes to create geometric patterns that diversify the surface of brick walls. The Polish name comes either from the German term for the caking of clay at high temperatures (sintern) or from the French word for ashen (cendre).

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