‘Sayers Roman Mosaics’ for Sale !

My mosaics are now available to buy online for a limited time only!  Over the last two years I’ve created a number a mosaic designs however I am beginning to run out of space, therefore I’m selling some of my … Continue reading

A work in progress 4: A work complete

Grouted and polished, the table is finally complete and is now a working piece of furniture and I must admit, that I am pretty pleased with the final outcome. As I have found many times before the grouting has made … Continue reading

A work in progress 3: Nearly there!

After some more hard work the mosaic is more or less complete now, the last tesserae have been laid, and now it only needs grouting to consolidate it and finish it proper. As the opposite half exhibited a personification of … Continue reading

Another Month, Another Mosaic

Another month has gone by and so I have another mosaic,  but not for me this time but a gift for someone else.  A couple of months ago it was suggested to me that I should make a mosaic tray … Continue reading

Long time no mosaic

After a long time away from the tessera and tools I’ve managed to get back in touch with my materials and produce a new set of coasters. Produced in my usual way (10 x 10 cm and felt backed) these … Continue reading

A Classical Mosaic Tray

Recently I’ve relocated for a new exciting job and in the process have had to leave the mosaics behind for a while, therefore this most recent effort will be the last for a small time. Previously I made a mosaic … Continue reading

Guilloche Mosaic coasters

Mass production of coasters continues in my mini mosaic workshop therefore I present to you another coaster creation.  These coasters have been made with one of my favourite designs, and possibly one of the most recognisably Roman designs, a guillouche … Continue reading

The History of Mosaics: Materials for Construction

Throughout history mosaics have been made from a variety of different materials, depending on the location of the project, complexity of the floor and importantly, the wealth of the patron. Limestone and marbles were typically the main stones used in … Continue reading