Tiles under $100

  • 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. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • A willowy dragonfly arcs over the edge of a lotus flower in Ephraim’s Lotus Dragonfly Tile. The serene subject matter and soft color palette create a calm, harmonious composition. This tile is also transformational. The design can be expanded by displaying four tiles together, resulting in a kaleidoscopic design that presents the whole lotus flower surrounded by four dancing dragonflies. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.  
  • Inspired by our three inch Craftsman Ginkgo Tile, this four inch version combines architectural elements borrowed from Arts & Crafts metalwork with a small ginkgo leaf medallion. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • The tenacious snowdrop is the first flower to rise through the snow in early spring. This sweet tile—a smaller version of our popular retired Snowdrop tile—is glazed in a harmonious palette of aqua, leaf green, and grass green with a subtle stoney blue wash. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • In Cambria, California the rocky shore of the Pacific Ocean sparkles with moonstones. Moonstone Beach Tile commemorates this magical place, located a short walking distance from the Ephraim Pottery West Coast Gallery. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • Defined by the prominent Morro Rock - a 576 foot high volcanic rock in the harbor, Morro Bay is a quaint town on California’s scenic Central Coast. This tile depicts Morro Rock, the coastline, and the silhouetted architecture of the small harbor town. This piece forms a triptych with the Cambria tile and the Big Sur tile. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • This still life features a vase of freshly picked peonies sitting in the sunshine. The feminine pink flowers overlay the matte black border to create a lively, vibrant composition.

    Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • In this follow-up design to our popular, retired Pacific Poppies Tile, golden-edged orange poppies dot the shoreline along the Pacific coast. Just like the original tile, this sweet three-inch version is offered in Leaf Green and Indigo.  
  • Ever-popular ginkgo leaves are showcased in geometric pattern reminiscent of a stained-glass window. The stylized design has a distinctly Prairie feel which is further enhanced by the earthy color palette. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • The state bird of California, with its plumed head, graphic feathers, and round body was the perfect subject for exploring an earthy color palette on a new tile.   
  • The octopus, a natural shapeshifter, moves fluidly under the wavy sea. This stylized tile celebrates the amorphous cephalopod and its watery habitat with sinuous, curving lines and cool-toned glaze combinations. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
  • The image of a tree with its branches reaching up to the heavens and its roots penetrating deep into the ground can be found in many cultures, theologies, and philosophies around the world. Often referred to as the Tree of Life, it is commonly used to depict the interconnectedness of all life on Earth. It is an enduring and pervasive symbol, appearing on Chinese bronzes dated to 1200 BC as well as in contemporary art and popular culture. The curved, horizontally oriented sections on our version convey a sense of strength and stability as well as graceful ease of flow. The beautifully colored raised sections recall mosaics and stained glass. Handmade to order. Please allow up to four weeks for production and delivery.
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