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Flooring and Cladding
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25006 Godwin Rectangular Terracotta Floor Tiles
QTY: 73 £1 Each
24911 Red Hexagon Floor Tiles & Blue Square Inserts
QTY: Job Lot £800 Job Lot
24892 Black and Buff Traditional Quarry Tiles
QTY: In Stock £1.70 Each
24867 Reclaimed Yellow Buff Quarry / Floor Tiles
QTY: 170 £1.60 Each
24735 Handmade 19th Century 9" Red Quarry Tiles
QTY: 440 £4 Each
24110 Reclaimed Old Buff Ceramic Floor Tiles
QTY: 50 Sq M £100 Per Sq Metre
24109 Reclaimed Buff Orange Terracotta Floor Tiles
QTY: 48 Sq M £100 Per Sq Metre
23538 Salernes Tomette Terracotta Hexagonal Tiles
QTY: Job Lot £250 Job Lot
20368 Antique Victorian Minton Hollins Quarry Tiles
QTY: SOLD £2.30 Each
20277 Salvaged Handmade French Clay Floor Tiles
QTY: SOLD £100 Per Sq Metre
20253 Salvaged Red Quarry Finger Flooring Tiles
QTY: Limited Stock £100 Per Sq Metre
18189 Salvaged Terracotta Quarry Tiles (20cm)
QTY: 25 Sq M £48 Per Sq Metre
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Terracotta and Quarry

Handmade terracotta tiles have been made from red and brown clays for centuries.  The name terracotta means burnt earth and refers to the making process of shaping and firing the clay to make it hard and durable.  The tiles can then be glazed to seal it from staining.  As the tiles are porous and it regularly freezes in the UK (therefore any water present in the tiles would expand and crack the tiles) terracotta is only suitable for indoor use.  The lovely warm, earthy red and orange tones give a rustic feel which, along with its practicality and durability, are great reasons to lay a beautiful reclaimed terracotta floor in your home, restaurant or pub.

The name ‘quarry’ tile is misleading; these tiles aren’t actually from a quarry!  Antique quarry tiles are made from natural materials such as clays, shales and feldspar, in a process similar to brick making.  These tiles are very hard, durable and are usually less porous than terracotta tiles. 

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