Does anyone know of any tile importers who are cheaper than Fired Earth in
the South East Area/or who deliver UK wide? I like Fired Earth tiles but
not the prices- I think most of the range are not in house products but are
imported from France/Spain/Italy etc. presumably there are other importers
in the UK who import the same quality of tiles but don't have the Fired
I've seen the sign from the A14 but never been through the door so
that is another place to investigate.
I suspect that you are interested in the same character of fittings
that I am, suitable for rustic timber framed houses, so have you any
more hot tips for good local suppliers - for anything, not just tiles.
~~ Anna Kettle, Suffolk, England
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I have just bought travertine floor tiles from nature fusion in london
and they delevered to the north east.
web site is www.nature_fusion.com i think but you can google.
Nice guy to boot, no connection just a happy customer.
Tell him I put you on to him I might need some more one day!!!!
It's www.nature-fusion.com although it didn't load properly when I tried it.
Dave Baker - Puma Race Engines (www.pumaracing.co.uk)
I'm not at all sure why women like men. We're argumentative, childish,
unsociable and extremely unappealing naked. I'm quite grateful they do though.
It depends what you want out of the Fired Earth range. We foudn some of
the marble and travertine tiles were availabel from Topps tiles at a
fraction of Fired Earth's prices. Some Terracotta, slate and polished
marble from Wickes. Given the huge disparity in prices between the UK
and Spain/Portugal/Italy it may be worth your while to source them
All of Fired Earth's marble and stone range can be found in Italy at
locations close to airports for a fraction of the price that they can
here. I'd be tempted to take a van and bring them back myself.
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