Tree of Life Tile
Stunning Art tile from Rookwood Pottery, a bastion of American Arts and Crafts pottery and tile for over 100 years.
The Tree of Life is a classic symbol of longevity and growth and a constant theme in Craftsman design and decor. This tile was originally designed circa 1907 and has stood the test of time as a centerpiece of Rookwood's collection.
Beautiful as a framed piece of art, and even more stunning as a centerpiece for your fireplace or backsplash with coordinating Rookwood field tile.
Rookwood Pottery was founded in Cincinnati over 130 years ago by pioneering artist Maria Longworth-Nichols. She built the company into a world-renowned ceramics studio, attracting the attention of famed artists and ceramicists all over the world.
Today, Rookwood continues to build upon its rich heritage and creates the highest quality Art Pottery and Architectural Tile in the United States. The company operates an 88,000 square foot production facility in the bustling Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Each piece is still glazed by hand using Rookwood's proprietary formulas, made up of minerals and elements found in the earth.
Modern Bungalow is proud to partner with Rookwood, not only showcasing their art pottery in our store, but also helping our clients design the fireplace, backsplash, or other tile installation of their dreams using Rookwood's art tiles.
Each Rookwood tile or piece of pottery is hand-glazed and fired on order, so please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery of your order. UPS ground shipping is free. Limited glazes in the Express Ship program can be delivered in 5 weeks.
We encourage you to contact us to order samples so that you can see the glazes in your home and be sure that they will work for you before ordering. In the case of glazes with a great deal of variation such as Barbary Coast and Copper Canyon, we will ship you samples along with a glaze variation contract that expresses your understanding of the inherent variability in these handmade items.
In the rare event of a mistake or damage in shipping, please contact us so that we can make a claim with the maker or the freight company and make it right. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept returns on custom glazed tiles or pottery.
Contact us via chat or email@example.com and let us know what glazes you are interested in so that we can have samples sent to you.