The sculptural nature of these accessory reproductions takes them beyond the simply functional. Used extensively from the early 1920's, these glazed ceramic accessory elements were designed to be either tiled-in (flush) or recessed into the wall.
These accessories from Subway Ceramics are made in the original slip-cast method from molds produced from original accessory pieces. Like the originals, they may have some variations, as is the nature of any hand-cast ceramic object, and these variations contribute to their inherent beauty and character. Accessories can be glazed in any of the glaze options offered in the Subway Ceramics collection.
For more information on these accessory items and the story of their origins, please visit the link to the Greystone collection.