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"Owl," said Rabbit shortly, "you and I have brains. The others have fluff. If there is any thinking to be done in this Forest--and when I say thinking I mean thinking -- you and I must do it." ~A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner
William De Morgan did not invent lustre tiles, but he might as well have. He reinvented them newer and better than any that came before. The first red lustre tiles were made at Merton Abbey and he perfected them during his Fulham period, where he introduced other colors.
Title: William De Morgan : Barn Owls and Scrolls
Tile: Ceramic or tumbled marble
Size: 4.25, 6 or 8 inch square tiles
Thickness: 3/8 inch (1 cm)
Colors: Red, as shown.
Availability: Can usually be shipped in about a week.
4.25 inch square tiles: $48 each
6 inch square tiles: $62 each
8 inch square tiles: $86 each
You can quick order De Morgan Barn Owls and Foliage Scrolls in 6 inch ceramic tiles. If you are ordering many tiles, need a different size, or a combination of different tile products, see How to Order Tile to take advantage of discounts and better shipping prices.
Order De Morgan Barn Owls and Foliage 6 inch tiles. After you've checked out, choose Return to Website to be redirected to a page where you can tell me about your project, your preferences, if you want the same owls for all tiles, an even distribution of the owl variations, and how many foliage tiles. You can also ask any questions and I'll respond when I confirm your order.
The shipping calculator should work for the US and Canada. If it's off, we can settle up when I ship your order. For other countries, contact me so I can send you an invoice.
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