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Dyrham Dairy Ceramic

Dyrham Dairy Ceramic

£8.34 each + VAT

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Material

Ceramic

Finish

Handpainted, Glazed Gloss

Suitability

Wall Tiling

Pattern

Decor, Oak Leaf Corner, Field

Availability

Usually in stock

Charming and full of character, this collection suits classic and contemporary interiors where a feature splashback is required to add interest to an otherwise neutral or monochrome scheme. Designed to be used with a mix-and-match approach that blends all nine motifs, the tiles are versatile and can be applied in a design completely unique to you.

Decor sold in sets of nine tiles, equalling 0.15m²
Oak Leaf Corner sold in packs of 28 tiles, equalling 0.47m²
Chalk White Field sold in packs of 28 tiles, equalling 0.47m²

FORMAT COLOUR THICKNESS PRICE ex VAT PRICE inc VAT
13 x 13cm Chalk White Field 1.0cm £1.27each (£75.15m²) £1.52each (£90.18m²)
13 x 13cm Oak Leaf Corner 1.0cm £3.97each (£234.90m²) £4.76each (£281.88m²)
13 x 13cm Decor 1.0cm £8.34each (sold in sets of 9) £10.01each (sold in sets of 9)
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Dyrham Dairy Ceramic

A visit to Dyrham Park revealed a perfectly preserved collection of original delft tiles in the basement dairy. It was this discovery which inspired our screen printed tile collection, which features motifs of different National Trust landmarks, as well as flora and fauna.

Dyrham Dairy is a ceramic tile collection influenced by the beautiful blue and white delft tiles that can be seen in the house at Dyrham Park today. Part of the basement rooms, which also include the Victorian kitchen, bakehouse and several larders, the dairy forms an integral part of this 17th-century house in the village of Dyrham in South Gloucestershire. Built in 1698, the dairy was originally known as the Little Kitchen and the original tiles date from the early 18th-century. A rustic ceramic tile with a hand applied screen printed motif, the collection is made in the UK’s pottery capital, Stoke-on-Trent.