The transitory shape and great colouration have made this a much beloved floor throughout France and now the world. Typically the tile is reclaimed from county houses but is found in a wide range of structures. Antique Red Hexagonal Terracotta is usually found in 15 or 20cm (6” or 8”) tiles, but like all hand-made antique materials size can vary. The thickness varies around 2.5cm (1¼”).
Length: 15 or 20
Width: 15 or 20
Finishes: Antique Reclaimed
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Paris Ceramics sources these antique terracotta tiles from Central and Southern France
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