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Fired Earth

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Fired Earth specialises in interiors products; floor and wall tiles, paint, bathrooms, kitchen furniture and wood flooring. Since the launch of the Fired Earth brand in 1984, we have always ensured that we source the most beautiful and finest, crafted product from around the world. Some of these stunning products remain as part of our core range in 2011, as detailed in our latest catalogue.

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Tertiary colors are orange-red, orange-yellow, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-purple, and red-purple. Tertiary colors assume more of one color than the other.

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