Here at Gather Co we want to ensure that the gap between your screen and our surfaces is bridged. As such, we have developed this Texture Guide to provide a general understanding of the finishes across our collection and to offer a sense of the ‘feel’ you can expect from each variety.
*Please note: This is intended as a guide only. Some surfaces may sit outside the prescribed finish as stated below. It is not a Slip Rating, you’ll find that in the “Resources and Installation” section at the bottom of each product page.
Used for centuries in traditional northern Indian Haveli houses, this remarkable selection of antique bricks are as individual in their shading and detail as you’d expect from a find this rare.
Compact in size, but big in character, this exclusive range was originally found in the colourful streets of Bikaner, before being carefully transported back to our shores ready to take on a new life.
With a colour palette that includes varying hues of yellows, oranges and striking reds, and a history that makes them a true talking point, our antique Indian Haveli brick are a modern-day story waiting to unfold across either a residential or commercial setting.
• Provides an authentically antique aesthetic that tells a unique story.
• Compact in size enabling versatility of application.
• Diverse colour palette.
• Exclusive to Gather Co.
“Wonderfully compact in size, but big in character, this charming range was originally found in the vibrant streets of Rajasthan, and now lives to complete the perfect look to your home.”
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Bikaner - A city with considerable royal heritage, Bikaner grew from humble origins to become one of the Indian state of Rajasthan’s largest cities. The completion of the Ganges Canal alleviated the effect of drought in Bikaner and allowed it to flourish with forts and temples a lasting monument to its prestige.
Low Fired Clay - Offering malleable workability and a resistance to shrinking or warping, low-fire clays are divided into two types; dark and white. The very definition of “low-fire” is determined by the temperature at which the clay matures, usually between 927⁰ and 1093⁰ C.