About The Ceramic Image Tiles
These tiles feature images by Diana Elliot and are created by fusing the images with the surface of a blank tile using a heat based process to provide a beautiful quality image, sharp, clear, and deeply coloured.
Each tile is created individually in New Zealand (using my images and imported materials). There may be variations between tiles with the same image and between the colours you see on your screen and the colours on the tile.
I have organised the tiles into eight themes with a gallery/folder per theme. The themes can be seen above. The "Love Friendship Appreciation" theme is for days like Valentines or Mothers Day - and for any day you want to show appreciation and love. As of January 2010 I have added some new images into this theme. If you wish to replace the words on any of the images with your own please contact me. Email Diana
The tiles come in a range of sizes and make distinctive gifts locally and abroad. They can be used used decoratively - hung on the wall, displayed on plate stands or in low use practical situations such as coasters, place mats and trivets (I put roasting dishes straight out of the oven onto them). They can also be included as showcase tiles in low wear areas in kitchen and bathroom installations. The tiles have a beautiful rich glossy finish. If you are interested in sourcing tiles for high wear areas please contact me.
The Tiles Sizes/Prices are
Square; available in 10.8x10.8cm (4'x4' ), $18.00 each or 4 for $60.00, and/or 15.2x15.2cm(6"x6"), $33.00 each or 4 for $108.00 unless otherwise noted.
available 15x20cm(6"x8"). $35.00 each or 4 for $123.00. Post and packing charges are additional.
Tiles in Stock
Each tile has the number in stock noted underneath it in the gallery. Square tiles in stock with no size are 10x10cm, not 15x15cm.
Tiles which are not in stock are made to order, which can take several weeks.
To order or make an enquiry please contact me at " Email Diana
" (firstname.lastname@example.org.) Use the file name/s located under the image and ending with ".jpg" to identify the file/s to me.
This website is a work in progress and I welcome feedback and suggestions on it and the tiles.