• Acorn Tile

    $ 58.00
    This quintessential Arts and Crafts tile showcases the humble beauty of oak leaves and acorns. We offer this tile in three earthy glaze variations that stand alone or work nicely as a triptych.
  • The Bixby Bridge leads tourists traveling on California’s HWY 1 to the breathtakingly beautiful Big Sur. This tile depicts the Bixby bridge and the surrounding coastline. This piece forms a triptych with the Morro Bay tile and the Cambria tile.

  • Cambria, California is a second home to our studio and the site of Ephraim Pottery West Coast Gallery. We are continually inspired by the breathtaking beauty of California’s Central Coast. This tile celebrates the iconic Monterey Pines that surround Cambria.
  • Cambria, California is home to Ephraim’s only gallery outside of Wisconsin. Our artists have a special affinity for this small coastal town. This tile depicts Moonstone Beach, the coastline, the boardwalk, and the pretty yellow flowers that border the beach. This piece forms a triptych with the Morro Bay tile and the Big Sur tile.
  • The American Craftsman Movement came on the scene over a century ago, and its revivals and reverberations continue to be relevant today. Decorative arts from this era showcase nature themes, often with distinct linear patterning. Ephraim’s Craftsman Dragonfly Tile features the quintessential dragonfly framed by a unique architectural border. The strong simplicity of the Craftsman style in this piece makes it a perfect complement to any period home or existing collection.
  • Inspired by our Craftsman Gingko Bowl, this small tile combines architectural elements borrowed from Arts and Crafts metalwork with a small gingko leaf medallion.
  • Inspired by our Craftsman Poppy Vase, this tile combines the freeform lines of the wild poppy flower, leaves, and buds, with hammered textural elements borrowed from Arts and Crafts metalwork.

  • Forget-me-nots are a symbol of remembrance, named for a medieval German tale of love and tragedy. A knight and his lady strolled the banks of the Danube, picking a beautiful bouquet of these sky-blue flowers along the way. As they roamed at a cheerful pace, the knight tumbled into the river under the heft of his armor. With his last breath, he tossed the bouquet into his lady’s arms shouting “vergissmichnicht” or “forget-me-not!” This tile has a pleasing circular composition and is offered in two charming glaze combinations. *In an effort to remember and support the wellbeing of neighbors across the nation, Ephraim will donate 10% of our Forget-me-not Tile sales to Hunger Task Force, Inc., a nonprofit, anti-hunger public policy organization.
  • ...The mouse ran up the clock. This fun tile evokes the classic nursery rhyme by imagining the inner workings of an old clock and the shenanigans of a mischievous mouse.

  • The hummingbird is the smallest species of bird, and thus the perfect subject for our three inch tile. This precious tile features a fluttering hummingbird rendered in a dominantly green, earthy palette punctuated by a red accent.
  • Inspired by the colors and aesthetic of our previous Miniature Snowdrop tile, the flowing lines and cool palette of this charming tile perfectly capture the shy, shade-loving lily of the valley.
  • A little fox curls up beneath a tree and happily dreams of spring’s arrival. The bold, sculpted linework references stained glass techniques and mirrors other popular tiles in our collection rendered in this same style.