Molded from a genuine Lawrence brick and poured with recycled wax.
Up until the end of the nineteenth century Lawrence was a town of unpaved streets and wooden sidewalks. After the completion of its factory in the fall of 1899 the Lawrence Vitrified Brick & Tile Company began producing vitrified brick, common building brick and glazed sewer tiling using clay and shale sourced from the banks of the Kansas River. With the equipment needed to produce vitrified brick, the required material, the job of paving Massachusetts Street and city sidewalks began. Our version is molded from a genuine Lawrence brick and poured with recycled wax at our shop located at 609 Mass, right near the bank of the Kansas River!
Pictured on our 4½" x 10" Waxman Ceramic plate in Frosted Cobalt.
Burns 36 Hours
Dimensions: Width 2½" - Length 8" - Height 3¾"