Handmade tile range showcased in new specification guide

  • 18 Aug 2015

The 76-page guide is available to order free-of-charge, celebrating Keymer’s history, products and installation techniques, utilising hand drawn images calling back to the company’s founding in 1588.

The images within the guide are the same featured in the original brochure, with content being updated to be exclusively available to architects and specifiers working on current projects, and can be requested from Wienerberger.

Handmade tile range

The full range of traditional, handmade tile types currently produced by Keymer are featured in the brochure, with photography of the tiles from projects such as Leeds Castle in Kent to Shakespeare’s Birth Place in Stratford upon Avon.

The guide also covers fittings, traditional ornaments and finials, detailing the installation of all its products and referencing the heritage service provided by Keymer.

Keymer has been hand-making tiles for over 420 years – the brochure has been designed to mirror its heritage.

The brochure will allow customers to explore what Keymer offers for use in restoration projects and modern build properties.

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