Celtic Design Metal Tiles - Set OF 9
You can select each tile from the pictures above - we have 12 different designs to choose from. It can be nine same ones or all nine different. You choose!
Bring a special look to your apartment with this Celtic Design Metal Tiles - Set of 9. This wall unit is handcrafted and unique. It will bring a brilliant visual feeling in your kitchen or fireplace. Even a slight remake can make a significant change. Make a bold statement and it will be the BEST dashing piece at your house!
Handmade from a clear copper of 0.57mm ( .020") thickness. The same bulk is used in the construction of roofs. Tiles are very hard, resistant, and reliable. They are protected with fine grade microcrystalline wax the same as used in the Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age slowly and beautifully with time. Soft cloth, sensitive soap, and lukewarm water are best for cleaning. Some foods (like ketchup or mustard) and acids can increase changes to the tint. Apply wax once a year, if you desire to slow down the ageing process. Copper tiles can be used in the open air for walls, outdoor kitchens, and vineyards.
Tiles may be personalized with a company logo or different signs and texts. Simply send us a photo of your choice (jpg or vector file). You will get a message when your cite is ready.
MATERIAL: copper, brass, or nickel.
- Small - each tile size is 3.9''X3.9''
- Medium - each tile size is 5.9''X5.9''
- Large - each tile size is 7.8''x7.8''
- Extra Large - each tile size is 9.9''x9.
A technical guide about the tiles and responses to frequently asked questions are available there.
For setup, you must have thin mortar and grout.
We are devoted to making a fine and everlasting article with the most eco-friendly process available. Metals are among the most recycled materials. They have a high value and are effortless to retrieve and use again. These products have a large recycled material content and 100% of our scraps are used again or recycled. The highly skipped aspect of green consumerism is durability. In the long run, the greenest product is usually the one that perseveres the most. Copper survives practically forever.