Ketley can match discontinued quarry tile ranges from Hawkins and Dennis Ruabon

Ketley can match discontinued quarry tile ranges from Hawkins and Dennis Ruabon

May 2019

Ketley Brick is manufacturing a range of traditional clay quarry tiles as authentic replacements for well-known discontinued quarry tiles of the past.   

With their natural organic clay colours, produced through careful control of the kiln atmosphere, they closely resemble the old quarry tiles once manufactured by Hawkins and Dennis Ruabon.

Made from the same seam of Etruria Marl clay, which is exceptionally dense when fired, these immensely durable 18mm thick tiles are resistant to acids, alkalis, oils, grease, and fats, as well as offering excellent fire-, frost- and R11C slip-resistance, making them suitable for most interior and exterior applications.

Available in brick, paver, and made-to-order square sizes, Ketley quarry tiles come in a range of natural tones, including a genuine Staffordshire Red, Light Multi, Dark Multi, Staffordshire Blue, and Brown Brindle.

Ketley has manufactured traditional clay products on the same site for over 100 years. Its quarry tiles feature on domestic, commercial, and restoration projects, including the Grade II Listed Barbican in London, where they replaced old Hawkins Brown Brindle tiles.  They also feature, in different laying patterns, on the newly refurbished BFI Riverfront at Southbank, London.  
T: 01384 78361
E: sales@ketley-brick.co.uk
W: www.ketley-brick.co.uk

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