The term full body tile, refers to the tile being consistent in composition throughout the body of the tile. The texture and colour runs through the entire thickness of the tile. Full bodied porcelain tiles are less permeable to water – unlike glazed porcelain tile which has a white body with a layer of colour only on the surface

  • 350 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    350 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 300 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    300 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 250 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    250 degrees F Frost Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 0 degrees F Cool Porcelain

    0 degrees F Cool Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 400 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    400 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 450 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    450 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • 500 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    500 degrees F Heat Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • Plain Core Porcelain

    Plain Core Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • Fawn Core Porcelain

    Fawn Core Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • Cloudy Core Porcelain

    Cloudy Core Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • Ash Core Porcelain

    Ash Core Porcelain

    R459.50R559.50 m2
  • Thar Charcoal

    Thar Charcoal

    R174.56 m2
  • Thar Silver

    Thar Silver

    R262.28 m2
  • Thar Silver

    Thar Silver

    R174.56 m2
  • Thar Charcoal

    Thar Charcoal

    R262.28 m2
  • Thar Gris

    Thar Gris

    R262.28 m2