Tiles

TILES-CHAMFERED CORNERS

Description: All tiles are useful and decorative on the table. They are used to place hot teapots or dishes on to protect wood table tops. Tiles have 5 different shapes: round--square--hexagonal--octagonal--chamfered corners. None of the 5 different tiles we have seen, have rain cloud borders with one exception. That exception is a 7" large round tile possibly because there was more space to add the border. Hexagonal, octagonal and chamfered corner tiles are rarer than round and square tiles and chamfered and hexagonal are the rarest of all.

TILES-HEXAGONAL

 

TILES-OCTAGONAL

Description: All tiles are useful and decorative on the table. They are used to place hot teapots or dishes on to protect wood table tops. Tiles have 5 different shapes: round--square--hexagonal--octagonal--chamfered corners. None of the 5 different tiles we have seen, have rain cloud borders with one exception. That exception is a 7" large round tile possibly because there was more space to add the border. Hexagonal, octagonal and chamfered corner tiles are scarcer than the round and square tiles thus, more expensive.

TILES-ROUND

Description: All tiles are useful and decorative on the table. They are used to place hot teapots or dishes on to protect wood table tops. Tiles have 5 different shapes: round--square--hexagonal--octagonal--chamfered corners. None of the 5 different tiles we have seen, have rain cloud borders with one exception. That exception is the 7" largest round tile shown on the left in the first picture and far right in the 2nd row possibly because there was more space to add the border.

TILES-SQUARE

Description: All tiles are useful and decorative on the table. They are used to place hot teapots or dishes on to protect wood table tops. Tiles have 5 different shapes: round--square--hexagonal--octagonal--chamfered corners. None of the 5 different tiles we have seen, have rain cloud borders with one exception. That exception is a 7" large round tile possibly because there was more space to add the border. Round and square tiles are more common than the hexagonal, octagonal and chamfered corner tiles thus, a little less expensive.