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This is all custom. Hand gathered clay, hand pressed and fired in local furnace. This is a blue arabesque tile with hand crafted subway tile. I met the artist in Tennessee and then it was completed via mail. Truly unique.
Link if interested and I can post the artist
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Not even close. Sorry


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