Introduces a New Category: Hand Made Italian Tiles introduced today an entirely new category of ceramic tiles to its large catalogue of Italian pottery. With this launch the company targets high end house owners willing to invest in luxury hand made, unique floor tiles and wall tiles.

Viterbo, Italy, February 10, 2010 --(, the leading web store of hand made Italian pottery, has recently introduced an entirely new category featuring high end ceramic tiles.

Loyal to its mission, has selected only small companies where the production process of floor tiles and wall tiles is entirely hand made according to the most traditional techniques. Size and shape flexibility is thus granted, allowing Customers to accomplish any project and fulfill all conditions or constraints.

Ceramic floor tiles and wall tiles are divided into collections, each of them offering a large mix of colors and designs developed around a specific technique or historical background.

As usual, Renaissance and Baroque designs play a key role due to their strong inspirational power and the heritage they represent. However the highlight of the tile assortment is the Etruscan collection, created after a thorough research on the glazes and the decoration techniques used by the Etruscans more than 2000 years ago.

The introduction of a Tuscan pottery maker specializing in textured ceramic tiles will soon enhance the wall tile section and provide a larger choice to Customers who are not willing to compromise modern decoration style.

A Sicilian company from Messina will add spice to floor tiles, kitchen tiles, stair risers, and backsplashes with customized panels and carpets.

With the launch of hand made Italian tiles, the company targets high end house owners willing to invest in luxury, unique products for their homes.

A close relationship with its pottery makers is at the heart of the company Customer Service. And it’ll be even more so with tiles. Each and every product featured in web store can be personalized and Special Orders for tailor made pieces are welcome.

Tiziana Manzetti