Ceramic tile composed of the same material throughout, deriving it's color and texture from the material and the method of firing.
a hard, dense tile of uniform composition. No glaze.
Baked clay tiles with color through the body of the bisque and no wear surface.
Ceramic tile, quarry tile or terracotta with no glaze
A hard, dense tile of homogeneous composition throughout, deriving color and texture from the materials of which the body is made. The colors and characteristics of the tile are determined by the materials used in the body, the method of manufacture, and the thermal treatment.
A hard, dense tile body of uniform composition throughout, deriving color and texture from the materials from which the body is made.