The history of this "tile" starts in the years sixties, in the South of the France in the Var, region of terra cotta.
Clover, popular in the same way as Tomette, falls into disuse and leaves place to ceramics and gre ceram, produced on a large scale, less thick, more colorful, easy maintenance.
This curvilinear family of the Moorish, regales the senses in its contrast between curved and square lines.
It is relocating a family residence that I find this article and a few years later, while I landscape my home I choose to duplicate this shape.
I make these clovers in an artisanal way, concrete that I dyed in the mass, and I protect by a resin. Waterproofed so they resist both products toiletries, detergents or steam. The number of passes of resin depends on the more or less brilliant aspect of clover.
Concrete discovers a material easy and warm working and well obviously very resistant.