Glazed Diamond Space Gray
Size : point to point 7.9” + side to side 4.5”
Finish : High Gloss
Texture : DistressedVariation : V-3 (Moderate Variation)
Lead time : In stock in Austin. Ships from warehouse within 3-5 business days.Sample : Sample Available Immediately. Please add at least 4 samples to cart to see color/texture variations.
- Please input your needed square footage in the box below. We recommend adding an additional 15% to your actual area to account for overage, cuts and waste.
What is Glazed Diamond?
Glazed Diamond Space Gray, is the perfectly imperfect, durable, and classic tile. It is certainly an incredibly beautiful addition to a residential or commercial project. Did you know that Clay Imports was the first company in the world to glaze Saltillo tile? For more than 300 years, people have been firing Saltillo in Mexico, but three years ago we asked how one could go about glazing. Thus, we took glazing technology from Morocco and brought it to Saltillo!
Size and color options?
Our Glazed Diamond is approximately 7.9” from point to point and 4.5” from side to side. Are you looking for another color than Glazed Diamond Space Gray? No problem! Color options are plentiful and range from soothing neutrals to rich jewel tones: just choose from any of these colors. To move forward, please contact us or chat with us online.
Important Installation Note
High variation in size, color and texture are inherent to Glazed Diamond Space Gray. For a natural, well blended finish, Clay Imports recommends mixing your tiles prior to installation - Remove all tiles from the box, lay them out and blend them. Expect to find a few pieces of tile with glaze chips. Though you can sort these tiles out and use them for cuts, including tiles with chips, flakes and irregularities will emphasize the handcrafted look of your installation. Please read our glazed diamond installation guideline prior to installation.
- Though this product works well in wet areas such as showers and backsplashes, prior to installation, the unglazed back of your tile is susceptible to absorbing moisture. Until you are ready to install, do not let your tile to get wet.