Use your mouse to pan this 360 degree photo of the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works and the grounds of Henry C. Mercer's unusual concrete building. Use your Bucks County Passport when you visit the Tile Works during May.
Operated by the Bucks County Department of Parks and Recreation, the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works is a working history museum producing tiles and mosaics in a manner similar to that employed by Henry C. Mercer. Here crafters take that extra step to preserve the fascinating heritage left by this very creative individual. The Tile Works displays many of these fine works of craftsmanship. And, as are Mercer's other concrete buildings, the Tile Works is a magnificent structurethe perfect showcase for the treasures within.
To aid in the recovery efforts of our great nation, the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works is reissuing our original 1912 Candlestick impressed in relief with the Latin phrase "Post Tenebras Lux" which translates to "After Darkness, Light". The candlestick must be special ordered at $80, and half the proceeds will go to help in the recovery efforts as a donation to provide relief. Light a candle for the heroic victims of September 11. Call to order your candlestick at 215-345-6722.