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In another demonstration of their increasing presence and commitment to the U.S. market, Architectural Terra Cotta producer Shaws of Darwen announced today the appointment of Douglas Schickler as their representative focusing on the private sector in the greater New York area. Don Swanson will continue to represent Shaws in the public sector in New York.
Shaws Terra Cotta are pleased to announce the recent addition of Jimmy Anderson
A New York subway station restored to its 1920s glory, thanks to Shaws Architectural Terra Cotta. Read more.
The second part of our hand-crafted terra cotta urn’s travelogue, from UK creative production to US on-site installation.
You wouldn’t believe how much care, attention and accummulated experience goes into creating a replacment architectural terra cotta piece. Well, now you can find out, on the Shaws blog now!
Find out more about our owner, responsible for overseeing our growth in architectural terra cotta projects in the US and UK.
We’ve been published! One our technical representative on America’s west coast, has co-authored an article for the most recent newsletter Read on
The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment choose Shaws of Darwen Shaws of Darwen have supplied their traditional ceramic products Read on
Shaws of Darwen has enhanced the profile of its architectural terra cotta business in North America, with the appointment of an experienced representative to join existing East Coast rep, Don Swanson.
Whether you’re an existing Shaws customer or just interested in finding out more about what we do and how we do it, this site has been designed to give the best access to the Shaws team, project examples, resources and latest news.
Shaws announces first US seminar based in Chicago.
All too often, companies nowadays become ‘pigeon–holed’ as quaint or old-fashioned, purely because they’ve existed for more than 100 years.