Welcome to Craven Dunnill Jackfield
handcrafted in Britain since 1872

From its base in the historic Ironbridge Gorge, UK, Craven Dunnill Jackfield is the leading manufacturer of traditionally-styled, decorative ceramic tiles.

Part of the Craven Dunnill group of companies, founded in 1872, with a reputation for quality and authenticity, the company is renowned for the production of wall and floor tiles and specialist ceramics.

We undertake commissions from around the world, from one-off individual pieces to large scale developments; and in both restoration and new build projects, our products are winning awards and accolades because of their unique character and quality.

Our Services

The complete ceramic solution
craftsmanship at scale

Craven Dunnill Jackfield perfectly blends the old with the new, combining modern and traditional production techniques to enable the manufacture of wall, floor, decorative art and faience ceramics in any style, volume, or size.

The craftsmanship required to make restoration tiles for heritage projects around the world has been reinvented to offer unique and innovative ceramic solutions.

Much has changed over the years in terms of ceramic tile manufacture, but we believe in the integrity of our products and celebrate artisan skills.

Our Skills

Recent Projects

Williamsburg Savings Bank – Weylin

New York City, USA

Parliament House

Melbourne, Australia

Barbecoa, Jamie Oliver Group

London, UK

Blues Kitchen Brixton

London, UK

Palace of Westminster

Westminster, London, UK

Oldham Town Hall

Oldham, UK

Bourne Estate, Camden

London, UK

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Featured News

Winners at the TTA Awards 2019!
We are delighted to have been awarded the Best Heritage Project at the 2019 TTA Awards for our work on the iconic Harrod’s Food Halls in Knightsbridge, London. The awards celebrate outstanding excellence in the tile industry, and these Grade II listed food halls represent...
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Combining education and creativity

Craven Dunnill Jackfield runs an award-winning educational programme, hosting workshops for around 7,500 children each year in traditional ceramic decoration and manufacturing. Each workshop is adapted for the needs of students, providing a programme for all ages and abilities.

Our workshops embrace both the fantastic history of our extraordinary site, the energy and enthusiasm of a modern commercial tile manufacturer passionate about the retention of traditional processes and the continuing advancement of technology

Education