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Sculptural Tiles from a London Ceramicist

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Sculptural Tiles from a London Ceramicist

April 4, 2013

If you've been reading Remodelista for any length of time, you might have noticed that we are obsessed with the Swiss Cross, in all its forms, including these tiles from London ceramicist Lubna Chowdhary's latest line of sculptural tiles.

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Above: Chowdhary's clients include Anthropologie, Retrouvius, and Margaret Howell.

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Above: Individually made and hand glazed, the tiles can be ordered in bespoke colors; 15 cm, £50; 10 cm, £40; 7.5 cm, £30. For more information, see Lubna Chowdhary.

See 173 back posts of Swiss Cross to find more ways to cleverly incorporate this enigmatic symbol into your home.

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