Koramic Alegra 8, Koramic Tempest 44 & Koramic VHV
In our world Gaelic or Gothic refers to the interlocking tile with a
wide flat pan and smaller tapered barrel covering the interlock. This
style of tile is found throughout Europe and primarily used in Belgium,
Northern France and Germany with a great number of regional variations.
For example the small Tempest 44 tile is traditionally found in Belgium, where it was first made in 1846. Whereas the Alegra 8 is a much larger tile and found in Northern France and Germany. Most variations are available in a wide range of weathered finishes, as well as satin and glazed colors
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Koramic Alegra Tile Specification
Koramic Tempest 44 Tile Specification
Koramic VHV Tile Specification