Tree of Life and Happiness Wall Tiles - Set of 17
Made by hand from a raw copper of 0.57mm ( .020") thickness. The same thickness is used in the construction of roofing. Tiles are firm, resistant, and very reliable. They are protected with best grade microcrystalline wax the same as used in the Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age gradually and aesthetically over time. Soft cloth, mild soap, and tepid water is best for cleaning. Apply wax each year, if you want to slow down aging progress. Some foods (like ketchup and mustard) and acids may cause changes to the tint.
Copper tiles can be used outdoor. It can be used for walls, open-air kitchens, and vineyards, etc.
Achieve a special look at your house with this Tree of Life and Happiness Wall Tiles - Set of 17. Our wall piece is handcrafted and one of a kind. It will bring a great visual sensation in your kitchen or living room. Even a little remodel can bring a big improvement. Make a brave expression and it will be the BEST ornamental thing at your place!
Symbol of "Tree of happiness" plus 16 tiles as a boarder.
Large tile is size 30cm x 30cm (11.8 x 11.8 inch)
Small tiles are size 10cmx 10cm ( 3.93x3.93inch)
Available in copper green patina, copper brown patina, or brass.
Tiles may be customized with brand logo or alternative signs or texts. Simply send us the picture of your choice (jpg or vector file). You will get a message when your quote is prepared.
For setup, you will need skinny mortar and grout.
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We are committed to making a lovely and long-lasting article with the most environmentally friendly method possible. Metals are among the most recycled materials. They have high worth and are easy to reclaim or reuse. These products have a large recycled material content and 100% of our bits are reused or recycled. A highly overlooked aspect of green consumerism is durability. In the long run, the most eco product is often the one which survives the most. Copper survives almost forever.