|Strobl tile rescued from the trash|
|Strobl name on back of tile|
Of course with this new information, our demo methods have changed dramatically. Unfortunately, we've lost some of the tiles in the demo before we knew what we had, but we are being much more careful from this point on. With that being said, we are still not able to save all tiles because of the way they are attached. I've worked the last two days with a diamond blade on a side-wheel grinder and have managed to save many more tiles than with our previous sledge hammer method. It is dusty, loud, and labor intensive work to save these tiles, but it is worth it whether or not they have a high dollar value. I'm enjoying saving these handcrafted pieces of art.
|Me with the grinder in a dust cloud (master bath)|