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EIGHT POINTED STAR FEZ MOSAIC - 1882

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EIGHT POINTED STAR FEZ MOSAIC - 1882

This traditional intricate Moroccan mosaic tile is part of our Fez Mosaics Collection.  It is made to order with your chosen colors from our Moroccan color palette below. It is an octagonal structure mosaic that will definitely add a touch of luxury and love to any wall.  Versatile and very chameleon like in colors and can either look traditional or ultra chic and modern depending on the colors that you choose to use.  It is suitable for kitchens, baths and more and requires 19" or 480 mm to display full rosette. 

Size:19" or 480 mm to display full rosette.  Thickness is approx. 5/8"or 17 mm.  Made in Approx. 13" X 13" or 320mm x 320mm interlocking panels or custom fitted based on application.

Applications: Ideal for garden, patio, kitchens, bathroom, fountains, etc

Minimum Order: No minimum but the more you order, the more you save on shipping costs.  

After you order.  Once you place your order, we will contact you to finalize colors and assembly method. 

Timeline: 2 to 6 weeks depending on quantity including production and shipping timelines

Ordering samples: You may order samples online.

Returns: This beautiful mosaic will be made just for you and come all the way from Morocco just to beautify your space and we cannot turn it down once its gets to the states.  Therefore, this sale is final and we will not accept any returns.

Questions: e-mail us at sales@marocarchitecture.com

handmade in Morocco

This Moroccan tile is 100% Handmade by highly skilled artisans in Morocco using the same techniques used to make tile and mosaics in the infamous Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain in the 13th century.