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    Alfriston Clergy Ceramic Shallow Water

    Perfect for bringing a sense of the outside in, this wallpaper-style tile collection is ideal for feature walls and splashbacks. The collection combines a satin base with a gloss screen print, creating a lovely tactile finish.

    Sold in boxes of five tiles, equalling 0.92m².

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    Material

    Ceramic

    Finish

    Screen Printed Satin/Gloss

    Suitability

    Wall Tiling

    Availability

    Usually in stock

    FORMAT THICKNESS PRICE ex VAT PRICE inc VAT
    33.3 x 55cm 1.0cm £65.00m² £78.00m²
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    Design Notes

    Perfect for bringing a sense of the outside in, this wallpaper-style tile collection is ideal for feature walls and splashbacks. The collection combines a satin base with a gloss screen print, creating a lovely tactile finish.

    Sold in boxes of five tiles, equalling 0.92m².

    Additional information

    Weight N/A
    Dimensions N/A
    Material

    Ceramic

    Finish

    Screen Printed Satin/Gloss

    Suitability

    Wall Tiling

    Availability

    Usually in stock

    Installation info coming soon

    Alfriston Clergy Ceramic Shallow Water

    Timeless, elegant and influenced by the stunning National Trust property, Alfriston Clergy House, the first built property in the care of the National Trust and bought for £10 in 1896.

    Alfriston Clergy is a traditional repeat pattern tile inspired by the oak leaf carving that can still be found on one of the beams at this medieval house. It is this oak leaf that is the inspiration behind the National Trust logo and the repeat pattern this collection is based upon. The tiles are printed in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of UK textiles and ceramics. This is an English-made collection with enduring design.