Craven Dunnill Jackfield has bespoke-manufactured tiled faience walls to create1920s glamour and a striking focal point at Jamie Oliver’s new Barbecoa restaurant in Piccadilly, London. Measuring 2.8 metres high by 11 metres long, the tiled walls are created in jewel-green and white tiles, interspersed with thirteen imposing, ornately decorated tiled columns. Each column is crowned with a 500 x 600mm, 3D, intricately moulded fleur-de-lys, likewise made in ceramic and featuring a vibrantly coloured, crackle finish. Craven Dunnill Jackfield is acclaimed for its ceramic expertise and has an outstanding portfolio of specialist tile projects to its name: both restoration and contemporary commissions.
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