Tiling brick bond with bevelled tiles

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perhaps you need to score the glaze with a manuel cutter 1st,then that way it shouldnt splinter?
I contacted the seller and i was advised not to use a wet tile cutter but to use a manual tile cutter. The tiles are bevelled crackle glad brick tiles. Does that advice make sense to you tilers?
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Didn't have a problem cutting these with a cheap manual cutter (Plasplugs mainly plastic model bought many years ago and still going strong)

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My tiles are a little bit trickier to cut becuase they are crackle glaze. But nevertheless, I got the Rubi TS40 tile cutter and that works well
Finish all the tiling & grouting first, applying the silicone seal is the last thing you do
I plan to use Mapei Kerapoxy Epoxy Grout silver grey and a matching silicone to seal the gap between the bath and tiles as well as corner where the two tiled walls meet. Should I use the Mapesil Sealant or Mapei Mapesil AC 144 Solvent-Free Silicone?

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