All of our wood-fired Moroccan ceramic tiles are made using materials and techniques that have remained virtually unchanged for hundreds of years. These tiles are truly handmade. Typically, a batch of tiles with the same glaze from a single kiln will include a broad spectrum of different tones of the desired colour. These tonal variations are one of the characteristics that make these tiles so different from others produced today. Being entirely handmade, they are characterised by a slightly textured surface, with each tile differing from the next.
These Moroccan wood-fired glazed tiles are made by carefully chipping away the coloured glaze by hand to create the desired pattern. They are particularly effective when used as borders. A number of decorative sculpted tile panels are also available to order.
The tiles shown below are examples of the dimensions, colours and designs that we currently hold in stock. However, we can have almost any pattern made to order in many different colours and dimensions.