Framed Pewabic Celtic Trinity Knot Tile | 1321 Labrosse- Corktown, Detroit


  • Details
    This hand painted Pewabic tile not only celebrates the origins of the trinity knot but also represents life, death and, the rebirth. The reclaimed wood frame is the perfect accent to this Celtic inspired tile and it is approximately 7.5” x 7.5”.

    All of our products are handmade from wood that has already served a lifetime of use and each piece comes with an address indicating where the materials were sourced from.

    The wood used to make this frame was properly deconstructed from a former home located at 1321 Labrosse in Detroit’s Historic Corktown neighborhood. Originally built ca 1820- it was once home to Thomas Mooney who had not only started a carriage business on the property but also, turned the home into an Irish boarding house.

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    Returns & Exchanges

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    The following items can't be returned or exchanged

    Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

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