Levy LaRocque tile expresses the warm, muted colors, soft edges
and lively narrative content often found in the 16th century "Maiolica"
technique. Maiolica refers to bisque earthenware ceramics designed by
painting colored pigments over a white base glaze. Once the kiln
reaches 1860 degrees, the pigments and glaze melt, eventually fusing
together during the kiln's cooling process. The resulting glass-like
surface is durable, heat resistant and noncorrosive.
Levy LaRocque tile are available in 4.25", 6" square and round, a variety of borders, single and double edge bullnose. These sizes can be painted in coordinating field tile to complement any decorative treatment.