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CH41 One Square Foot of Original Vintage Porcelain 1960s Floor Tile, 9 Sq Ft Available, Made in Japan

CH41 One Square Foot of Original Vintage Porcelain 1960s Floor Tile, 9 Sq Ft Available, Made in Japan

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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I sell rare, original vintage wall and floor tile from the 1950s - 1970s. Commonly known as deadstock, these tiles came out of a tile shop that closed its doors in the late 70s. My tile is unused and each piece has been inspected and is ready for use in your home or craft project!

This through body porcelain (the color is dyed-through) floor tile is grey and black in color, each sheet is 12" x 12", made in Japan in the 1960s. 9 square feet available.

I sell tile by the sq ft. Local pickup is available. Tile is located in the Philadelphia area.


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