|First Appearance||1.12 (17w06a)|
|Type of Block||Solid Block|
Source[edit | edit source]
Glazed terracotta can be obtained by first Dyeing a Terracotta block with any color of dye. Place the colored terracotta into a Furnace, and smelt it into glazed terracotta. The different colors all have different shapes and designs, which make them great at decorating many architectural structures in Minecraft. They can also be found as a building block in some village houses. Mason Villagers will sell glazed terracotta in exchange for Emeralds.
Uses[edit | edit source]
The glazed terracotta is used for decoration. It can be placed in 4 directions: North, South, West, and East. A 2×2 pattern when the opposite blocks in the 2×2 grid are placed in opposite directions (e.g. northwest is placed north; southeast, south; NE, east; and SW, west).
Mining[edit | edit source]
Glazed Terracotta requires a pickaxe to harvest, otherwise, it will drop nothing.
|Tool||This block requires a Wooden Pickaxe to be mined|
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- Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Interestingly, smelting terracotta into glazed terracotta yields no experience as a reward which makes it a cosmetic procedure.
- Glazed terracotta has a lower blast resistance than its non-glazed counterpart. Terracotta has a blast resistance of 21, but glazed terracotta has a blast resistance of 7.
- It's possible to find glazed terracotta in underwater ruins which were added in 1.13.