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Mosaics

Mosaics

Custom made mosaics of the highest quality!

Mosaics:The most powerful way to decorate the floors and walls in your residence or business.

We pride ourselves in creating fully handmade mosaics from all natural marble and semi-precious stones, based on the same techniques used by the Greek, Romans and the Byzantinians. Thus, the color of the tiles remains intact over time, regardless of weather and will last for generations.

We authentically create mosaics of the highest quality using the same artistic techniques originally used by the ancient Romans. Thus, the colors of the tiles remain intact over time, regardless of weather and will last for generations.

We currently retain over 85 talented artists capable of creating unique artistic pieces and reproducing any illustration related to various subjects from ancient mythology to modern themes. We provide customized pieces based on client’s needs if requested.

We have specialized in figures and scene themes, and have been able to reproduce the most complex mosaic scenes originally created by the Romans and which can still be found in Tunisia and other famous archeological sites.

Our Creative Process:

Each tessarae is hand cut to the necessary size, shape and shade. They are then skillfully positioned on nylon mesh, adjusted and secured, producing an artistic composition that will be treasured for generations.

With over 85 talented artists creating mosaic in our workshop, we pride ourselves in having a family that believes in this form of art and embraces the history and beauty of Mosaic making.

We ship worldwide to any location.

For large projects, we have a staff of 10 installers ready to travel to meet critical projects across the globe.

Since mesh backing is the easiest way to install mosaic, we believe that an average mosaic installer is capable in doing the work.

Mosaics at the Met.
http://www.metmuseum.org/now-at-the-met/features/2010/09/23/the-roman-mosaic-from-lod,-israel.aspx?ref=nf