Classics Tide

The poured glaze, which is molten glass, is not poured evenly, but rather is released in an irregular flow that achieves different depths of glaze. The result is a play of darker and lighter areas across the tile surface, creating a vibrant warmth and textural appeal that is usually associated with handmade tile. Because of this technique, like handmade tile, no two Classics Tide tiles are alike. This very subtle movement and variation in the bisque mimics a hand-pressed clay body, allowing the glaze to pool and ebb as it flows over the tile.

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