The ceramic tile at Elida’s Painted Pines property in Lakewood, Ohio, was installed in 2010.
It has since been installed in other areas of the property, including at the front door of the home.
But the ceramic tile that’s gone missing over the past month is the only one that hasn’t been replaced, the owner said.
“It’s a really beautiful piece of ceramic, but unfortunately, I don’t have it right now,” Elida said.
Elida started collecting ceramic tile in 2014 after moving to Lakewood from the city.
She had to replace tiles in her kitchen because the old ones were deteriorating.
Elidas said she had hoped to replace the tile with one made from stainless steel.
She said she’s also worried about her water heater, which she said has been out of service for years because of the deterioration of the ceramic tiles.
Elidas ceramic tile is a piece of the interior of the house, but it was replaced by a stainless steel piece in 2015, which has deteriorated.
Elidia said the ceramic was originally from a company that makes ceramic tiles, but Elida is still not sure if it was actually the ceramic used by the company.
She is concerned about what will happen to the old ceramic tile if it’s gone.
The ceramic tiles are part of the exterior of the Elida home, and Elida also owns other properties in the area.
Her father bought the property in the 1970s, and she says the house is in pretty good condition.
She’s also not sure what happened to the ceramic.
“I think I would love to have the tile back,” she said.