Italian tile

mission tile

mission tile
1. A red-clay roofing tile, approximately semicylindrical in shape; laid in courses, with adjacent tiles having their convex side alternately up and down; also called Spanish tile. 2. Same as pantile, 2.
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Instead of deciding to turn left or right, just look for a Pilot or Flying J location because there might be Italian tile, state-of-the-art LED lighting, low water consumption toilets and eco-friendly hand dryers waiting in a newly renovated restroom.
Ferro Corporation has completed the acquisition of Italian tile coating manufacturer Vetriceramici S.
Welsh stone and Italian tile have both been used in this impressive looking contemporary home built in 2006 near Welshpool.
This acquisition is also a first for Italian tile ceramic industry.
Floors are all Italian Tile, custom A/C work done and much more.
Instead, visitors to the upscale Sicis store in Defence Colony on Thursday evening had to make do with the other promised diva, Marilyn Monroe, cast in stone and shiny Italian tile.
With its original Italian tile floors, an original and still-working elevator, and a permanently attached railroad passenger coach, the Amory Regional Museum's building is as much a treasure as the variety of ancient artifacts and contemporary works it houses.
In December, the owner of an Italian tile company went to court alleging that Extell Development's president Gary Barnett was improperly spending funds at a small condo conversion of four units the two were working on together at 470 Broome Street.
IT WAS only because Italian prisoners of war elected to stay in England after 1945 that the Anglo Italian Tile Company came into being.
Alongside slate quarried in Chile, Italian tile and fabric imported from Italy, thought was put into the placement of tiles in the courthouse hallways.
com -- with a useful database for searching through the catalogues of various Italian tile manufacturers.
The user breaks or nips the brightly colored Italian tile into pieces and glues them onto the object following the pattern, creating an intricate design.
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