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New Ravenna Mosaics introduces the Miraflores Collection in glass, designed by Paul Schatz. The collection includes 7 designs in 10 colorways incorporating jewel glass, shell, 24k gold glass and natural stone. Miraflores, which means to Watch Flowers in Spanish, was inspired by the designer travels through Spain, Portugal and Mexico, and his study of Moroccan design and Chinese fret work.
Posted July 15, 2014 4:44 PM
New Ravenna Mosaics introduces the Houndstooth Collection, designed by founder and creative director, Sara Baldwin. Handmade in Virginia, the Houndstooth Collection consists of 4 colorways, including a classic black and white, a luxurious gold and red, an iridescent purple and pink, and a pastel combination of aquamarine and white.
Posted February 11, 2014 10:34 PM
The new Watermark Collection from clé is designed by Deborah Osburn for Tilevera. The collection of hand crafted porcelain tile was inspired by Japanese textile dying techniques. Osburn has expanded the traditional indigo color to include gold verdigris, which becomes turquoise as the dye travels.
Posted January 24, 2014 11:04 AM
clé introduces the 17th Century tile collection, designed by Deborah Osburn for Tilevera. The collection of 12" x 12" limestone tile was inspired by 17th century delftware that had its origins in China and made its way across Europe. Tilevera honors the classic combinations of blue and white, yellow and magenta while bringing delft into the 21st century.
Posted November 21, 2013 11:13 AM
This new encaustic cement tile collection, named Postcards From Myself, is designed by South African artist Ruan Hoffmann, an internationally exhibited painter who uses ceramic as his canvas, and brought to you by clé. Postcards From Myself consists of 25 designs, each hand lithographed on an 8" square encaustic cement tile. This is the second tile collection by Hoffmann for clé, though the first in the historic tradition of using 4 tiles to complete each pattern.
Posted August 22, 2013 8:29 AM