Unglazed “Palmier” :

PM 17 x 17cm
thickness = 2,5cm
38 pieces / m²

Weignt per piece
= 1,6 Kg
Weight per m²
= 60,8 Kg

240,00€ VAT incl./m²




GM 30 x 30cm
thickness = 3cm
11 pieces / m²

Weight per piece
= 5 Kg
Weight per m²
= 55 Kg

240,00€
VAT incl./m²

Glazed “Palmier”:

PM 17 x 17cm
épaisseur = 2,5cm
38 pièces / m²

Poids par pièce
= 1,6 Kg
Poids au m²
= 60,8 Kg

300,00€
VAT incl./m²




GM 30 x 30cm
thickness = 3cm
11 pieces / m²

Weight per piece
= 5 Kg
Weight per m²
= 55,8 Kg

300,00€
VAT incl./m²

Glazed “Palmier” GM : 30 x 30cm

Glazed “Palmier” PM :
17 x 17cm

Unglazed “Palmier” GM : 30 x 30cm

Unglazed “Palmier” PM :
17 x 17cm

Unglazed «Doum» :

20 x 20cm
thickness = 2,5cm
25 pièces au m²

Weight per piece
= 1,9 Kg
Weight per m²
= 47,5 Kg




240,00€
VAT incl./m²

Glazed «Doum» :

20 x 20cm
thickness = 2,5cm
25 pieces per m²

Weight per piece
= 1,9 Kg
Weight per m²
= 47,5 Kg




300,00€
VAT incl./m²

Glazed “Doum” : 20 x 20cm

Unglazed “Doum” : 20 x 20cm

LAYING “JARDINS SECS” TILES :

These terracotta tiles, glazed or unglazed, can be laid with an adhesive white cement, or the traditional way in a bed of mortar.

The jointing is particularly delicate : it is absolutely necessary to avoid that the surface of the tile is encrusted with grouting cement. In fact, the clay, whether glazed or unglazed, is very irregular and porous, not to mention the deep veins of the patterns.

It is therefore necessary to use the technique of grouting a wall made of brick or stone.

The grout must be the one used for bricks, dry enough and containing sand to prevent it from sinking. The most suitable tool for filling joints is the mason’s thin trowel.

Any overflow on the tile surface must be removed immediately. the grout should be slightly set back rather than overflow.

The somewhat irregular shape of the tiles results in an irregular width, as they can not be cut to equalize them.

The irregularity of the joints is part of the “Jardins Secs” personality.