Quarry tile has its roots in the brick industry. They are hard, impervious paving tiles made of ground minerals, formed like brick, but fired at a higher temperature. Unlike clay terracotta, quarry tiles are not porous and will resist water; and unlike ceramic tile and porcelain, quarry tile does not have a surface glaze layer.
*Our stock levels change daily — call to inquire about availability. Orders are generally ready for next day pick up. Sometimes the colors listed are not available in all sizes — call to check availability. Colors shown on website can vary depending on a computer’s monitor so please visit our showroom to see samples prior to ordering.