The La Terre Collection
La Terre Mod Oxford
Ceramic — USA/Mexico
Inspired by the Mid-Century designs and bold colors of the Sixties, the La Terre Mod collection offers square and rectangle tiles in an assortment of rich colors.
A History of Quality
Capturing the colorful spirit of the Sixties, the La Terre Mod collection blends midcentury design with traditional tilemaking techniques. Baked in small batches using a mixture of clays and strengthening adhesives, these hardwearing tiles are intricately hand-painted one at a time by master craftsmen located in Mexico and the southwestern United States. Owing to their artisanal nature, the resulting tiles are rich with unique irregularities and subtle variations from piece to piece. One of our most diverse and customizable collections, La Terre tiles are incomparable for their durability, versatility and Old World spirit.
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Because of the individualized nature of the materials we sell, many of the products have significant variation in size, shape, color, texture and thickness. These irregularities are inherent in hand-made and natural materials such as ours. It is the responsibility of the owner/purchaser and those acting on behalf of the owner such as the designer, architect, contractor or installer to verify that the material specified is appropriate for its final application and to review and approve all materials before the materials are shipped. Samples are available on request. Samples are given as an indication of a particular product and are for reference only. Due to the inherent variation in the size, shape, thickness, texture and color of our materials, individual samples cannot be considered exact representations.
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