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Read All Reviews for SomerTile 12x12-in Obsidian Subway 5/8x1-7/8-in Mirror Glass Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10)

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  • Beautiful, glossy, even a lil sexy tile
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    Very unique tile. Combo of old and new with a dramatic look and finish

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    James D. June 22, 2016
  • Mirror like image
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    This tile is so pretty , iridescent look to it. Very classy & upscale

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    crossmarcy June 7, 2016
  • Lori
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    These tiles are beautiful and give our kitchen just the look I wanted. Very pleased!

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    Lori G. August 11, 2015
  • Stunning tile
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    I used this tile in my kitchen as backsplash and surrounding the windows, 4 stars because it costs too much, have to use black grout

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    smartshopper75 April 27, 2015
  • Not Obsidian...mirror tile
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    This is pure glass mirror tile it is not obsidian. If you are expecting a black tile, you will get a bluish grey mirror tile. The manufacturer description is Claude mirror tile not obsidian.

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    filbie November 18, 2011
  • beautiful
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    You would pay MUCH more for this tile in a retail store. As the other rater said, it does look grey at first, but we will also use black grout. It definitely will go great with any granite that has mica in it. Absolutely beautiful. I could not be more pleased.

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    cindyu July 2, 2010
  • Great product
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    I purchased this looking for black glass tile for my backsplash, but when it arrived it looked more like a dark gray mirror and i was concerned it wouldn't look right. After using black grout though it looks perfect, definitely more black than gray. I used a wet saw with a blade specifically made for glass tile I bought at one of the local large home improvement centers. I had absolutely no difficulty cutting the tile and not one tile was wasted despite this being my first DIY tile work. Shipping was fast, the shipping cost was low, and the tile price was comparable to the home improvement center that now carries it online.

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    napleskerri April 7, 2010
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