Tree of Life and Celtic Symbols Tiles - Set of 15
Handmade from a raw copper of 0.57mm ( .020") bulk. The same bulk is utilized in the construction of roofing. Tiles are very hard, resistant, and very durable. They are secured with best grade microcrystalline wax the same as used in the Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age gradually and beautifully with time. Soft cloth, mild soap, and tepid water is good for cleaning. Apply wax each year, if you desire to slow the ageing process. Some foods (like ketchup and mustard) and acids can cause changes to the color.
Copper tiles can be used outdoor. It can be used for walls, outside kitchens or vineyards, etc.
Bring one of a kind look to your house with this Tree of Life and Celtic Symbols Tiles - Set of 15. This wall unit is handmade and very special. It will bring a brilliant optical effect in your kitchen or fireplace. Even little remodel can make a significant difference. Make a brave statement and it will be the BEST ornamental object at your place!
Size of one tile is 5.85x5.85 inch
Total size is 30inch x 18 inch
We offer design and production from start to finish, which will fit exactly in your needs.
We make different visualizations for you to choose from, so you will know exactly what you going to order.
Tiles can be customized with a company logo or alternative signs and texts. Simply email us the picture of your choice (jpg or vector file). You will receive an e-mail when your cite is prepared.
For setup, you will need thin mortar and grout.
There you can find technical information about tiles and responses to often asked questions.
We are devoted to making a lovely and long-lasting piece of art with the most eco-friendly method possible. Metals are among the most eco-friendly materials. They have big value and are effortless to reclaim or use again. These products have a large recycled material content and 100% of our bits are reused or recycled. The highly skipped aspect of green consumerism is durability. In the long run, the most eco product is often the one which perseveres the longest. Copper persevere practically forever.