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SCRAFFITO by PRATT AND LARSON

SCRAFITTO

Raphael’s painting workshop used Scraffito to decorate palace facades in Rome during the Italian Renaissance. The technique was revived and used within the Arts and Crafts Movement from 1890 – 1915. Pratt & Larson employed this etching process to further explore tile influences from medieval Europe to Arabic geometry. These original designs were hand carved giving the lines a beautiful, drawn quality rarely captured in ceramic tile. Combined, the tiles create gorgeous overall patterns.

All Scraffito tile may be ordered in either Monochrome or Hand Painted (Polywash) (see below)

USAGE: Depends on glaze, please check glaze usage chart

 

SCRAFITTO PATTERNS

SCRAFITTO A 8x8

SCRAFITTO A 8×8

SCRAFITTO C

SCRAFITTO C 8×8

SCRAFITTO B 8x8

SCRAFITTO B 8×8

SCRAFITTO D

SCRAFITTO D 8×8

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito A W882

Scraffito A 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito C W90

SCRAFITTO C 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito E PW61 Charcoal

SCRAFITTO E 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito G R346

SCRAFITTO G 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito B PW1 Indigo

SCRAFITTO B 5×10

SCRAFITTO D 5x10

SCRAFITTO D 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile-Scraffito F PW79 Mushroom

SCRAFITTO F 5×10

Pratt and Larson Tile Scraffito H PW79 Thyme

SCRAFITTO H 5×10

POLYWASH PALETTES

Pratt and Larson Tile PW1 Palette

PW1

 

Pratt and Larson Tile PW20 Palette

PW20

Pratt and Larson Tile PW45 Palette

PW45

Pratt and Larson Tile PW5 Palette

PW5

Pratt and Larson Tile PW35 Palette

PW35

Pratt and Larson Tile PW90 Palette

PW90

Pratt and Larson Tile PW7 Palette

PW7

Pratt and Larson Tile PW40 Palette

PW40

Pratt and Larson Tile PW2 Palette

PW2

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