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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
New Ravenna Mosaics is proud to introduce the new Delft Collection in a blue and white palette of jewel glass. Dutch Deltfware was inspired by Chinese porcelain which was brought to the Netherlands by the United Dutch East India Company in 1620. Emulating the crisp and vibrant color combinations, the Dutch potters covered their earthenware pottery in a white tin glaze and used a cobalt, a metal oxide pigment, to add decorative motifs of daily life.
Posted June 17, 2013 3:22 PM
The green color has been considered a harbinger of spring and renewal by many for centuries, and in 2013 you have quite a few choices. The new Margot, a jewel glass water jet mosaic in Emerald represents a quite different shade of green, much more subtle and light than rich and heavy Malachite. As Sara Baldwin of New Ravenna Mosaics puts it - there are so many varying shades of green, they are completely adaptable to their environment just like a chameleon.
Posted May 18, 2013 10:33 PM
Likely is the oldest shades of green, Malachite is the mineral based pigment, found in Egyptian tomb paintings from the Fourth dynasty. The Malachite limestone tile from Tilevera for clé reproduces this aristocratic green favored by royalty. Either hand painted or lithographed, these unique limestone tiles give you amazing range of various shades of green. The Malachite limestone tiles are available in 12"x12" squares and suitable for kitchen and bathroom walls and floors. clé tile. Tilevera.
Posted May 18, 2013 11:20 AM