Art tile - traditional art tiles of birds and flowers
- 6 inch tiles for Kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces, wall art - Tell A Friend
Designing art tile has been our family tradition for 3 generations, passed on from father to son, as detailed in this book, the Armenian ceramics of Jerusalem. Graceful gazelles (symbols of grace and beauty), timeless peacocks (symbols for long life), intricate and intertwining flower designs (modular tile designs), simple floral patterns, fish designs, birds in vine trees, and trees are all part of our repertoire of unique ceramic art tile designs, developed, kept and painted by our family in Jerusalem since 1922.
Unique Art tile for your home decorating needs
The above art tiles, including those on page one, can be used as accents in a kitchen backsplash, bathroom wall, fireplace surround. The T72 blue and white art tiles, T71 peacock tiles, and the T73 tulip and pomegranate art tiles are also modular - by adding more of the same tiles, you can create a larger mural, in multiples of 6 inches. See an example of a 30 x 18 inch mural using the blue and white floral art tile.
If you are unsure of the colors of the art tiles, we can send you a sample tile. Contact us.
86 years of experience in hand painted tile making
Features of our art tile:
The tile dimensions are approximately 6x6 inches (15x15 cm). They are available framed with wood or unframed. A single framed tile costs US $38 and comes with a hanger (see back of framed tile). A single unframed tile costs US $22 and comes with cork backing and a hanger (see back of tile).
The hand painted art tile designs displayed here are a selection of what we make. If you would like more information about our art tile, how to use them for kitchen design, for bathroom remodeling, or just a price quote including shipping, please call us at +972.2.6261587 (leave a message if we're not there), or email us at: email@example.com
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