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Sculptural Tiles

American Made Since 2006

Mark & Sara Boylen

Troy, New York
We are a husband and wife team making finely crafted tiles and jewelry, cast from recycled aluminum, in original botanic and geometric designs.
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Tell us about your business.

In our hand built foundry studio, we melt down old scrap metal, transforming it into unique fine art, using an ancient method of sandcasting. Taking inspiration from nature and geometry, we create our original patterns by carefully selecting and preserving real leaves, or drawing out designs and carving them by hand.

What makes your business stand out?

Aluminum has historically been used as an industrial material. By recycling and utilizing this metal, we create functional and modern designs that are also distinctly elegant.

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