Mutual Adoration | 5x7 Pewabic Peacock Tile

Mutual Adoration specializes in frames, furniture, and housewares made from hardwoods salvaged from buildings throughout Detroit. Each frame is one of a kind and features the character marks from the wood's former life. Mutual Adoration celebrates that story by highlighting the knots, screw holes, and other character marks in their handcrafted frames.

Pewabic's full-fanned Peacock Tile designed by Pewabic Co-Founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton dates back to 1909. Legend has it Perry Stratton designed it to commemorate Whistler's Peacock Room, which her friend Charles Freer purchased and moved to Detroit.

Freer's Pewabic pieces were the only non-Asian ceramic pieces in his celebrated collection, now housed at the Freer | Sackler in Washington, D.C.

  • 5” x 7” tile in our Celadon Glaze
  • Frame dimensions = 9.75" x 11"
  • Handcrafted in Detroit
  • Individually hand-pressed in our own stoneware and glazed by Pewabic artisans
  • Pewabic logo stamped on back
  • Slight variations in glaze and firing results ensure each handcrafted Pewabic piece is one of a kind



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