|| 80% of semi-precious metal Quartz is used in biscuit, lining and glaze layers of our İznik Tile.
||Quartz is pulverized and powdered by grinding.
||Quartz is made into dough by the addition of dust, clay and glaze. The obtained tile clams are spread by hand by patatten and left to dry.
||Dried biscuit is grated in the counter and smoothed. It is left to natural dry for 15 - 20 days after the chamfer is sanded on the edge of the biscuit.
||The biscuit is hand-primed to obtain a homogenous surface. After waiting seven days, the biscuit is killed.
||On the cooked biscuit, the hand needle pattern is transferred by passing coal dust through the holes.
||The pattern is fixed on the biscuit by contouring.
||Contoured patterns are colored with glaze dyes derived from metal oxides.
||The colored tile is glazed.
||The glazed tile is baked for the last time at 950 degrees. It becomes ready for decoration with its traditional colors and all its vitality.