New design launched January 2020
This design is based on the central panel of a Roman mosaic discovered at St. Nicholas Street, Leicester in 1898. The rather magnificent peacock came from a Roman town house and has since been moved to the Jewry Wall Museum. Romans believed that the peacock represented paradise, renewal and spring, possibly because the elaborate feathers grew each spring. Many wealthier Romans were known to have kept peacocks
to roam around their gardens.
Fixing Points: the holes in the corners of the tile
Dimensions: 10cm x 10cm
Imperfect Tiles (1 available)
Imperfect tiles are slightly below the high standards of our perfect tiles. These tiles are a great
way to add to your collection and saves £6 per tile against the price of perfect tiles.
An imperfect tile will have a small defect of some kind, such as a crack or surface blemish.
A crack will not be easy to spot from the front but is likely to be more obvious from the back.
You are welcome to contact us before purchasing an imperfect tile to ask about the defects.