FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR101 BY MAROC ARCHITECTURE ET ZELLIJ
Moroccan mosaic tile colors
FLEUR DE LIS MOROCCAN MOSAIC - AR101

FLEUR DE LIS MOROCCAN MOSAIC - AR150

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FLEUR DE LIS WITH LACES MOROCCAN MOSAIC TILE AR150

Description: Fleur de Lis Moroccan mosaic with embellishing laces.  Hand cut ceramic  Moroccan mosaic. Assembled at our mosaics studio in Morocco

Size requirements: 2"x4" or 50mm x 100mm minimum required space to display pattern.  Thickness is 5/8" or 17mm

Colors: Select your colors from our standar color palette below for your mosaic

Applications:

  • Bathroom wainscot, showers, kitchen backsplash
  • Entryways, living room walls
  • Spa, hammam and more
  • Baseboard, Mosaic border, stair riser
  • Wide radius round columns, rectangular columns
  • Mosaic tables, wall and floor fountains
  • Special application.  Send drawings or contact us for more info. 

Assembly: This mosaic is made in interlocking units and can also be assembled to size based on your dimensions including trim and optional mosaic borders and fitting.  Contact us for more details.

Timeline: 6 to 8 weeks minimum depending on quantity including production and shipping timelines

Samples: You may order samples online

Returns: This beautiful tile will be made especially for you.  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.