Geometric tiles might be a hot trend right now, but we think the cool tones of Harlequin Blue have the staying power to look great forever.
These remarkable tiles feature a variety of blue, green and light grey triangles randomly set onto a clay-like textured surface. Cleverly, these triangles are finished with a special glaze that adds a slight sheen, creating subtle yet striking light effects.
The different designs are supplied at random and in our humble opinion, it’s best to lay these tiles with a brick bond joint, to really emphasises their playful, unique nature.
Please note, there are 25 different designs in this range, which come randomly mixed in the boxes.
Need to know
|Country of Origin||spain|
|Tiles per m2||27.5|
|Actual Size||110 x 331.5 mm|
|Sample Size||whole tile – 11 x 33 cm|
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- Standard Delivery is FREE for all orders over £500
- For orders less than £500, Standard Delivery is £30
- Next Working Day Delivery is available on orders placed before 11am
- Saturday Delivery is available on orders placed before 11am Friday
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If it’s not quite right, you can return your order to us (in full) within 30 days!
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Suggested working standard for Blue Harlequin Dutch
BLUE HARLEQUIN — The color to be banded or barred pattern of blue & fawn, (definitions, a band is considered an unbroken circle of marking color, a bar is a semi-circle of marking color, running vertically on a side). The cheeks to be equally divided, one side blue, the other fawn. One ear is to be blue, the other fawn (one solid color from tip to base). The blue ear is to be on the fawn side of the face and the fawn ear is to be on the blue side of the face. The pattern over the back and belly may be banded, barred or a combination of both without preference. Clean lines are to be stressed, with alternating blue and fawn color. The ideal body pattern to consist of at least 4 or more alternations of bands and /or bars on each side, beginning at the saddle and undercut. The hind legs and feet to continue alternation of blue & fawn to the white stop markings. The tail to show alternation of fawn and blue. Paling of coloration permissible on underside of body and tail. Eyes- Blue-gray.
Faults– Head and Ears incomplete demarcation, ears the same color, ears which fail to alternate with cheek color pattern. Body excessive brindling of pattern, lacking distinct bars or bands. Poor balance of sides due to plain unmarked side.
Disqualification– An absence of two colors (blue & fawn) on each section: the head & ears, the body, the belly, the feet and legs, and the tail.
Note: The body type of the Harlequin Dutch should be consistent with the current Standard of Perfection for all Dutch varieties. All markings and general disqualifications apply.
Picture provided by Jill Pfaff
Picture provided by Crystal Howard
Sire is a black Harliquin and dam is a blue Harliquin
Blue Harlequin Suggested working standard for Blue Harlequin Dutch BLUE HARLEQUIN — The color to be banded or barred pattern of blue & fawn, (definitions, a band is considered an unbroken