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Cornice Molding
Cornice Molding


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In Stock: 20
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Item#: CM10
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NOTE: Quantities shown above are number of PIECES in stock. Trim tile is not discounted for quantity, but priced per piece.

Our Trim Tile matches our “Historic White” square-edged, true-sized, 3" x 6"x 5/16" "subway" tile, as well as 6" x 6", 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" and a 4” Hex. The "Historic White" glaze is our most popular color -- -- a creamy translucent glaze that was matched to tiles produced during the 1880’s through the 1930’s.

This Cornice Molding (CM) trim is used for thin-set applications, usually at the top of wainscots, or tub/shower surrounds. This historic styled trim -- "Cornice Molding" -- is designed to be used to trim "thin-set" installations where the plane of the tile is flush to the surface of the wall.  The height of the trim is 3-1/4", the depth is  1-1/2", the length is 6".

Cornice Molding is available in thin-set style on sale for $10.00 each. This trim piece can be used with either Lot 1 OR Lot 2 Field Tile. Trim tile is not discounted for quantity, but priced per piece.

Our plain tile trim is a square-edged, true-sized, to complement and finish 3" x 6"x 5/16" "subway" tile, as well as 6" x 6", 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" and a 4” Hex installations. The glaze is our most popular color --"Historic White" -- a translucent glaze that was matched to tiles produced during the 1880’s through the 1930’s.  It is a high gloss, translucent glaze that "reads" as creamy, off-white, as you can see the tile body through the glaze. It is a smooth glaze and not a crackled finish.

We are currently offering two lots of tile trim (Lot 1 & Lot 2). You should choose material from only one lot for the best possible installation.

  • Lot 1 is indicated in the SKU # as SKU XXX-1 and is first quality material.
  • Lot 2 is indicated in the SKU # as SKU XXX-2. The tile is still first quality, but has slight “picture framing” (glaze is slightly thicker around the edges, due to barometric pressure/humidity issues when firing). 
  • Please note: Some trim shapes can be used with either Lot 1 or Lot 2 Field Tile and are indicated.