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Port and Cheese Tile

This Beautiful, Barbara Davies Design, High Gloss Raised-Relief, Hand-Painted Port and Cheese Tile.Your Beautiful High Gloss Raised-Relief, Hand-Painted Decorative Tile with it's vivid colors has many uses.

Use it in the kitchen as a trivet, coaster or spoon rest

Hang on the wall as Art in your Living Room, Bathroom, Kitchen, Bedroom and Halls to enhance your rooms décor.

Some of the tiles have a built in stand so you can display on a desk or shelf

Can be hung outside under a covered porch or patio Use in your bathroom & kitchen tile design

Use as a backsplash in your kitchen, bath or around your fireplace (to use as a regular tile to be grout into the wall, soak the tile in hot water to loosen the glue that holds the cork backing. Remove the cork backing & install the wall tile as you would any other tile)

At CapeCodTreasureChest we have many sizes and designs, from Magnets, 4x4, 6x6, 8x8 and 8x12 inch sizes.

Special glazes are applied to the surface of the tile so that it will never fade. The tile is painted and then baked in a ceramic firing oven. Please note the crackled glaze appearance is a normal characteristic of this art form. It adds to the look of the tile but does not affect the tile's integrity.

We hope that you enjoy your purchase!

When you buy from Cape Cod Treasure Chest, you are guaranteed a quality product, personal service, reliable delivery and as always a great value.

Order today or call us toll free for more information. (888) 381-5300.

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