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Raku Square Blue Tiles

£46.95 / SQM
£3.76 / Tile
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Key Features

> Combined matt and gloss finish

> Inspired by Raku, the traditional Japanese firing technique

> Designed in a white-bodied ceramic format

> Made with Layer Tech digital printing

> 30 face variations for natural finish

> Pre-scored grout lines require grouting

Product Info

  • Product ID 45057
  • Tiles Per SQM 12.50
  • Sale by Per SQM
  • Size 400x200x10.3mm
  • Weight 1.35 KG
  • Material Ceramic
  • Finish Matt
  • Colour Blue
  • Suitability Walls
  • Area Of Usage Internal
  • Grade 0
  • Rectified Edge No
  • Underfloor Heating No
  • Thickness 10.3mm

Description

Mixed tones of blue and white collide together like waves on the shore, with unique textures and tonal variations that bring our Raku Square Blue Tiles to life. Designed in a hard-wearing white bodied ceramic format, Raku Square features a combined matt and gloss finish with a striking crackled glaze that gives these tiles an antiqued, handmade look. With a false grout line to give the illusion of two, smaller tiles, Raku Square are made using Layer Tech digital printing, where different tiers can be created on the same tile, bringing its beauty to new heights.

Product Info

  • Product ID 45057
  • Tiles Per SQM 12.50
  • Sale by Per SQM
  • Size 400x200x10.3mm
  • Weight 1.35 KG
  • Material Ceramic
  • Finish Matt
  • Colour Blue
  • Suitability Walls
  • Area Of Usage Internal
  • Grade 0
  • Rectified Edge No
  • Underfloor Heating No
  • Thickness 10.3mm
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