Mosaic

Intro

If you are looking for that one unique and handmade object which fits perfectly with your interior consider a custommade mosaic design. This can be anything from a small object to a complete wall or floor. Click here to view examples in our photogallery. 

What is mosaic?

Mosaics is an artform whereby a picture or pattern is produced by arranging together small colored pieces of hard material, such as stone, tile, or glass. Today you can still admire the great mosaic work of the ancient Greeks and Romans.

What can we do for you?

We sell objects after existing examples, for these please check our our photogallery. However, most of our work is custommade design based on your requirements. Mosaic tiles come in a variety of styles, colors, shapes, manufacturing methods, and chemical combinations. Some tiles are man-made while others are found in nature. The following provides a list and description of the main types of mosaic tiles.

  • Ceramic Tile: These are most commonly used. They are mass produced. The tile looks more like stone and comes in either a glazed or unglazed finish. They are easy to cut or crack with a hammer. They come in a wide selection of colours.
  • Glass Tile: This is an opaque of translucent almost stone-like glass in different qualities and prices. They can be used indoor and outdoor use but we would not recommend them for floor projects.
  • Smalti Tile: Made by hand in Venice Italy. They are the most beautiful and expensive of all the tesserae available today. The price will vary, determined by the color and weight of the tile. They are famous for their applications throughout the world. First used by the Romans and the Byzantines.
  • Organic Tile: These are tiles cut from Marble, Granite, Basalt and Limestone. The range and beauty of each tile is determined by the stone itself.
  • Creative Tile: These are tiles made from broken china, glass, marbles, jewelry, wine bottles or even stone.

What is the price?

For walls and floors it all depends on the size, complexity and material. So please contact us for more information or an exact quote.
For objects and completed projects please check out our photo gallery for ideas.

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