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    High quality reclaimed tiles

    The reclaimed Delft tiles that we sell for tiling projects are undergoing several condition checks and cleaning processes to ensure that they are in the most optimal condition to be safely reused. 

Newsletter - Tulip Mania on our website

Last week the tulip season officialy started in the Netherlands and what better way for us to celebrate this season with some lovely new additions to our website that depict our national icon.

3 months ago

Sales exhibition 29th of December 2020

Each year, between Christmas and New Year, we have been organizing a sales exhibition of rare antique Delft tiles and Dutch earthenware. However, due to the Covid-19 crisis, things are very different this year.

4 months ago

Excellent packing and secure shipping

To make sure that our tiles arrive safely, we have a solution for any kind of shipment. From triple layered cardboard boxes for collectibles, to wooden export crates for installations of antique tiles. Always fully insured with short transit times. 

11 months ago

Hand-picked tiles for your project

All the projects we work on, whether they involve antique or reproduction tiles, are completely fine-tuned to the preferences of the client. This means that every tile in the final selection has been hand-picked by us.

11 months ago

High quality reclaimed tiles

The reclaimed Delft tiles that we sell for tiling projects are undergoing several condition checks and cleaning processes to ensure that they are in the most optimal condition to be safely reused. 

11 months ago

Monumental restoration project with Delft tiles

On the 9th of March 2018 one of the oldest 18th century Dutch farm houses was presented to the public during a festive ceremony. After a restoration of more than 1,5 years, the new owner (Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser) was very proud to show the result to 150 guests.

3 years ago

Original 17th century wall with Delft tiles discovered

Last Saturday we received a call from a construction worker that they had found an old tiled wall that was hidden behind a 19th century fire place. While the fire place was demolished and the wall behind it was broken down, another wall appeared.

5 years ago

Restoring a house at the Zaanse Schans with Delft tiles

The Zaanse Schans is famous for its beautiful houses and windmills. It captures the way Holland looked throughout the past centuries. Houses in the Zaanse Schans are still being restored from time to time. Often Delft tiles are required, such as this project.

5 years ago

Where do you still find those antique Dutch Delft tiles?

Although over 800 million tiles were made between 1600 and 1900 in the Netherlands, finding original antique Dutch Delft tiles is in 2016 quite a challenge. Sure, after 45 years we have been to all the fairs and met all the collectors, so we know where to go if we are looking for a true collectible. But finding enough tiles to decorate a bathroom, hallway or a kitchen with, is a completely different hunt.

5 years ago

History of Dutch Delft tiles - The Beginning

It was at the beginning of the seventeenth century that the Dutch tile industry started to florish and rapidly became the largest production area of the world. It was not only known for the sheer size, but also recognized as the industry with the highest quality and diversity of products.

5 years ago
  • Newsletter - Tulip Mania on our website

    Last week the tulip season officialy started in the Netherlands and what better way for us to celebrate this season with some lovely new additions to our website that depict our national icon.

    3 months ago
  • Sales exhibition 29th of December 2020

    Each year, between Christmas and New Year, we have been organizing a sales exhibition of rare antique Delft tiles and Dutch earthenware. However, due to the Covid-19 crisis, things are very different this year.

    4 months ago
  • Excellent packing and secure shipping

    To make sure that our tiles arrive safely, we have a solution for any kind of shipment. From triple layered cardboard boxes for collectibles, to wooden export crates for installations of antique tiles. Always fully insured with short transit times. 

    11 months ago
  • Hand-picked tiles for your project

    All the projects we work on, whether they involve antique or reproduction tiles, are completely fine-tuned to the preferences of the client. This means that every tile in the final selection has been hand-picked by us.

    11 months ago
  • High quality reclaimed tiles

    The reclaimed Delft tiles that we sell for tiling projects are undergoing several condition checks and cleaning processes to ensure that they are in the most optimal condition to be safely reused. 

    11 months ago
  • Monumental restoration project with Delft tiles

    On the 9th of March 2018 one of the oldest 18th century Dutch farm houses was presented to the public during a festive ceremony. After a restoration of more than 1,5 years, the new owner (Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser) was very proud to show the result to 150 guests.

    3 years ago
  • Original 17th century wall with Delft tiles discovered

    Last Saturday we received a call from a construction worker that they had found an old tiled wall that was hidden behind a 19th century fire place. While the fire place was demolished and the wall behind it was broken down, another wall appeared.

    5 years ago
  • Restoring a house at the Zaanse Schans with Delft tiles

    The Zaanse Schans is famous for its beautiful houses and windmills. It captures the way Holland looked throughout the past centuries. Houses in the Zaanse Schans are still being restored from time to time. Often Delft tiles are required, such as this project.

    5 years ago
  • Where do you still find those antique Dutch Delft tiles?

    Although over 800 million tiles were made between 1600 and 1900 in the Netherlands, finding original antique Dutch Delft tiles is in 2016 quite a challenge. Sure, after 45 years we have been to all the fairs and met all the collectors, so we know where to go if we are looking for a true collectible. But finding enough tiles to decorate a bathroom, hallway or a kitchen with, is a completely different hunt.

    5 years ago
  • History of Dutch Delft tiles - The Beginning

    It was at the beginning of the seventeenth century that the Dutch tile industry started to florish and rapidly became the largest production area of the world. It was not only known for the sheer size, but also recognized as the industry with the highest quality and diversity of products.

    5 years ago