The History of Riviera Mosaics in Australia

This collection of porcelain mosaics, manufactured by Winckelmans of France, is inspired by the colours, landscape, culture and lifestyle of the Cate d’Azur (a.k.a. the French Riviera). With one exception all the patterns in the collection are named after cities and towns in this region, the exception being “Matisse”, a long-time resident of Nice and, with Picasso, perhaps the most famous painter of the 20th century. Matisse transformed the way we understand and use colour, so it seems only fitting that a range that takes its name from this magical area should acknowledge one of its most important residents.
The Winckelmans range of fully vitrified mosaics is extremely durable and resistant to frost, scratching, acid, moisture absorption and impact. They are rated well above the recommended professional standards and norms. The mosaics in this collection can be used inside and out, in wet or dry environments.
Winckelmans tiles and mosaics have been employed around the world – from luxury hotels and resort pools to castles, palaces, fast food restaurants, shopping malls, amusement parks, casinos, cathedrals, public buildings and private homes.

Also in the Riviera Collection are 50 x 23.5mm Plain Range, both in straight and brickbond patterns and the 50 x 50mm Speckled Range. 

N.B. Images are computer generated, colours should not be taken as exact, see "Range Colours" image for true colours. Computer colour settings can change the look of colours in the colour chart. Reference should always be made to actual tiles. Diagrams are not to scale.
All Tiles in the Riviera Collection are indent (made to order) with the exception of Monte Carlo (As shown), Sainte Rapheal & St Tropes Patterns (Check store for stock). 

Sainte Rapheal & St Tropes Patterns come unsheeted (loose) and are 8mm thick.

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