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Manufacturer: W. Godwin, Lugwardine, Hereford.


Date of Manufacture: c. 1870


Type: Inlaid, plastic clay floor, wall or hearth tile of sandwich construction.


Description: Inlaid tile in neo-medieval style with makers marks and twenty stabbed holes to the rear. From the Chris Blanchett Collection.


Design: Five flowers set in the foils of an entwined dotted border forming a cardinal cross with leaf spandrels.


Colours: Brown and buff.


Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 3/4" (149 mm x 149 mm x 20 mm)


Condition: Chips (including one corner) and nibbles (see photos).

Entwined roundels

SKU: Box091B
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