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Patterned Walls

Creasing Tiles

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fireplace of creasing tiles by Classic Architecture.jpg
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Creasing tiles are basically regular Dreadnought field tiles but they are flat, and do not have nail holes or nibs.
But they are the same high quality and are available in Blue / Grey, Red and Brown Brindle.
While using creasing tiles you can take inspiration from Arts and Crafts movement that used them for detailing on lintels using stacked creasing tiles as cladding.  Creasing tiles have no camber and are as flat as possible. A blend of Staffordshire red and brown brindle creasing tiles can be used to reference Victorian brickwork.

Creasing Tiles
Creasing Roof Tiles in Staffordshire Blue - English Shingle tiles from Dreadnough Roof Tiles


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Creasing Clay Tiles in  Staffordshire Red from Dreadnought Roof Tiles in England


Sizes & Weights

10 ½” x 6 ½” x ½” (265 x 165 x 11) x 2.3 lbs
10 ½” x 3 ¼” x ½” (265 x 82 x 11) x 1.15 lbs.

Creasing Tile Sizes
Dreadnought Creasing Tiles used on arch
Clay tile archway over a window
Creasing Tile Pictures
Rowstock Manor arch over the front door - Architectural Detail
Clay Roof Tiles used in archway
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