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Ancient stones are imbued with the patina of history. Gracefully worn by the passage of countless years, they give instant antiquity. De Ferranti offers both reclaimed floors and ‘new’ floors cut from rediscovered blocks of extinct marbles. more..
By-products of domestic animals such as camels and buffalo, Bone and Horn have been used as decorative materials since earliest times. Both materials lend themselves to a wide range of techniques, from carving to inlay. more..
By incorporating a border and a feature strip to your marble, stone, or wood floor installation, it is a sophisticated way to show off your artistic side and create a floor that is unique to you. The simplest of flooring can be lifted by the use of borders, medallions or accent pieces. more..
Bas-relief has been used since ancient times to create sculptural pictures. Standing out from its background, the raised image appears to float…an effect exploited by craftsmen from the Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamian eras right to the current day. more..
Human beings have explored ceramics since earliest times. First out of necessity, to store food and water, and then as an infinite medium for decorative arts. The alchemy of the kiln is part science, part magic. more..
Embossed work, or Repoussage, is the ancient art of hammering out or pressing thin metal from the reverse side to produce designs in relief. more..
De Ferranti specialises in recreating ancient frescos and icons. Painted using the same plant and mineral extract colours and techniques as the originals, they offer perfect facsimiles. more..
Inlaid timber veneers are bonded to a stable marine ply base, offering an engineered construction ideal for contemporary use. more..
Decorative inlay is a technique whereby different materials, often contrasting are set into depressions in the substrate of the field material and then often ground flat. more..
From the towering cliffs of Santorini to the imposing rock formations of Mount Etna, De Ferranti's Lava collection is truly magnificent more..
The Leather Collection is inspired by ancient terracotta floors. English saddlery leather is cut to shape and then painstakingly hand dyed and hand finished to create a subtly antiqued patina. more..
The sheer alchemy of metal is explored in this collection of extraordinary metal tiles using German Silver, brass, copper, rusted iron and stainless steel. more..
Distressed Mirrors provide a richness and depth which enhances the appearance of any room or space more..
From antiquity to modern times, pavements take many forms; from simple flags of native stone to vast ‘carpets’ of limestone, terracotta, marble or mosaic. more..
Sometimes known as Florentine Mosaic, this intricate inlay work uses sections of coloured stone to build up detailed pictures. The pieces fit together perfectly, making this technique similar to Opus Sectile. more..
De Ferranti's Limestones are carefully selected, having to adhere to stringent and exacting requirements more..
Although closely related to Pietra Dura, Scagliogla is a complex art form in its own right. Batches of pigmented plaster, often mimicking natural stone, are inlaid and built up to produce complex pictures. more..
Mother of Pearl’s shimmering, iridescent finish makes it perfect for decorative surfaces. more..
CHANGE PICTURE ***** Our carefully selected Terracotta tiles give a warm rich colour to any room more..
Vellum, also referred to as parchment, is usually made from goat and calf skin and has had many applications over the last 1500 years. Its uses varied from map making, early book binding and a plain surface to simply write on. more..
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