Multi-color tiles like the example to the right require ceramic colors called "underglazes." These can be applied like paints before they are covered with a clear glaze and fired. They are just as durable as any other glaze, but are formulated not to be as runny (or as glossy) as many glazes such as those on the Glaze Colors page. Fine details can be created with underglazes.
Print pigments may not have a counterpart in ceramic pigments, but usually there is a close "cousin." We can match paint chips, Pantone colors, other ceramic samples, printed materials, fabrics, etc. fairly closely. (Note: for Pantone colors, the physical sample must be supplied by the customer.)
When you are selecting a multi-color tile, you may select from hundreds of colors, including the colors below. We have MANY MANY other colors if you have specific shades in mind, and many other colors can be created to meet your needs. You may also use these colors for any flat or high-relief tile.