Geometric patterns or designs were a common feature of roman mosaic art.
The ancient Romans used mosaics mostly to decorate the floors of palaces and villas. Mosaics with geometric patterns or carpets have also been found on public sidewalks, walls, ceilings and table tops and at public bathes. In some rich towns, it seemed as if every upper class house contained mosaic pavements. Geometric or linear patterns were mostly used to decorate entrances, halls , dining rooms, corridors and sometimes the bottom of pools.
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About our mosaicsOur mosaics are entirely handmade using traditional Opus tessellatum technique. This mosaic technique involves the use of small hand-cut marble, venetian enamels, gold or glass tesserae.
The mosaics are delivered completely finished and fixed with an aerolam panel or a wood or marble frame.
The mosaic assembly and preparation takes place directly in the studio or, for large mosaics, directly on site.
Custom ordersThe process of commissioning a mosaic starts with a free consultation by email or phone to discuss customer needs.
You can send us a drawing or a picture of the mosaic you would like to realize, but if you need assistance: we are happy to help!
We can provide you with small and large sketches, in color or black and white, and advise about the choice of the most suitable materials.
Once the materials, scale and intricacy of the design are agreed, we can quote the work for you.
Payments and shippingWe accept credit card payments through the Paypal circuit and bank payments.
We proudly offer shipping to any destination in the world. Shipment costs are calculated on weight, size and destination. We rely on express courriers (Fedex, UPS, TNT, etc) for international shipments. To learn more about our shipment policy: click here.