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    Almaviva
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    228 bd Raspail
    75014
    PARIS
    FRANCE
    T. 01 43 35 15 56
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    228, bd Raspail 75014 sur rendez-vous
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    Almaviva

    Activities : Manufacturer, Ceramist-potter-mosaicist  
    We are an atelier based in Paris of 10 persons. We make tiles on demand for architects and home designers : Delft, azulejos, islamic art, Italian Renaissance, Middle Ages, etc. We often work for restoration projects in France and abroad. We also make items such as apothecary jars, tulip vases, tablewares, etc. thanks to our vast collection of 18th century moulds. Our show room is in Montparnasse.
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    Products of Almaviva

    (9 Products)
    Almaviva - pots d'apothicaire variés - Apothecary Jar

    pots d'apothicaire variés

    Different styles of apothecary jars

    Price upon request
    Almaviva - bouquet - Ceramic Panel

    bouquet

    Delft style tile panel 120x90 cm

    Price upon request
    Almaviva - azulejo xviie siècle - Ceramic Tile

    azulejo xviie siècle

    Mural of handpainted tiles Pattern inspired by an 17th C. French engraving 200 x 150 cm

    Price upon request
    Almaviva - musiciens sur une barque - Ceramic Tile

    musiciens sur une barque

    Handpainted mural 210 x 100 cm

    Price upon request
    Almaviva - encadrement de porte en azulejos - Decorative Door Film

    encadrement de porte en azulejos

    We cut our tiles to make doorways and windows to measure

    Price upon request
    Almaviva -  - Delft Tile

    Delft Tile

    Price upon request
    Almaviva -  - Fireplace Décor

    Fireplace Décor

    Price upon request

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    Walls & Ceilings - 02/2011
    Walls & Ceilings
    02/2011