Jackfield Ceramics



1. T.T.A Awards 2014 - Winner - Excellence in Manufacturing

Craven Dunnill Jackfield was honoured receiving the top prize for Excellence in Manufacturing 2014 by the TTA, in recognition of its outstanding work on major restoration projects such as the Palace of Westminster, Newcastle cathedral and the Comal Court in Texas.


2. T.T.A Awards 2014 - Winner - Local tile-maker wins national award making history

Chris Cox who heads up the encaustic tile department at local tile company Craven Dunnill Jackfield has been named the Employee of the Year 2014 by the national Tile Trade Association (TTA). The company, located at the Jackfield Tile Museum, is renowned for its prize-winning encaustic tiles which grace the floors of celebrated, historical buildings around the world. Chris’s dedication and expertise is an integral element of the company’s success.


3. T.T.A Awards 2013 - Winner

The Much Wenlock Public Art Trail, sited at William Brookes School, was commissioned by the William Penny Brookes Foundation for the people of Much Wenlock, to celebrate the town’s heritage and its role in the birth of the modern Olympic Games. The double-sided mural wall, completed July 2012, features a section of the vast Brick Field Olympic Park mural, by artist Clare Woods, which was one of two murals built for the London Olympics last year and which were also successfully completed by Craven Dunnill Jackfield.

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4. Jackfield Tile Works Wins Top National Award

Craven Dunnill Jackfield the Shropshire based specialist ceramic tile manufacturer has been awarded the ultimate accolade and named winner of the Excellence in Manufacturing 2012 award by its national trade association.

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5. Craven Dunill Jackfield Feted by City for Kew Gardens Project

Craven Dunnill Jackfield’s exceptional workmanship has been recognised by the prestigious Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers, which has awarded its 2011 Triennial Awards for Wall & Floor Tiling to the Marianne North Gallery at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

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