The Victorian Range
The Victorian period was a real heyday for tile manufacturing. Mass machine production of tiles got under way with the invention of ‘Clay Dust Pressing’ in 1840, which is the method we still use today. It now became possible to produce large quantities of wall tiles, which could be decorated with such techniques as printing, tubelining or simply given a decorative relief surface during the dust pressing process and covered by richly coloured glazes.
The tiles in this range follow closely to the ideals of the Victorian designers; many of the designs are originals of this prolific era, so making it easy to create this lavish look in your own home.
Oreton (152x152mm / 152x75mm)
Maurice & Oakleaf and Sunflower (152x152mm)
Cressage, Claverley and Hope (152x75mm / 75x75mm)
The Victorian Colour Palette