Stoneware Relief Tiles
Designed and handmade in London
These tiles were born from the desire to preserve the traditional beauty of Victorian tiles found in doorways across the city. This is achieved by honouring their design, combining traditional and modern techniques to produce each tile.
All tiles are made to order, with each design being 3D modelled and printed before being cast in moulds and press moulded. They are then fired using a traditional process of a high-firing, to add strength, followed by a second low firing to mature the glazes applied.
Each and every tile is individually made and glazed by hand. This means that no two tiles are exactly the same, and each has its own distinct character and charm.
We are proud to be a London-based company, and we believe that our tiles are a testament to the city's rich history and culture. Our tiles can be used to suit any home or space, from traditional styles to more modern spaces.
The process of making tiles
Recording and archiving victorian tiles found in London
CASTING THE PRINT
3D models are cast into one part plaster moulds
Designs are 3D modelled before being 3D printed
Recombining found designs into new shape combinations
Stoneware clay is pressed into the moulds and scored on the back
GLAZING AND FINISHING
After an initial high firing, tiles are glazed and fired again