Manufacturer: Unmarked but possibly by Minton & Co
Date of Manufacture: After 1840.
Type: Set of four inlaid floor tiles of sandwich construction.
Description: Inlaid glazed tiles with pseudo medieval, neo-gothic design with random stabbed holes to the rear.
Design: Four-fold design in pseudo medieval, neo-gothic style consisting of leopards (or lionesses) rampant within a cardinal quatrefoil.
Colours: Terracotta red and buff.
Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 3/4" (150 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm)
Condition: Fair with some nibbles and loss of yellow glaze (see photos)
Type: Set of four tile panel or roundel with a thick honey glaze.
Colours: Terracotta red and yellow
Design: Four-fold design in pseudo medieval, neo-gothic style consisting of diagonal fleurs de lys within a syliised vine with floret at corners.
Condition: Good (see photos).
Manufacturer: Godwin of Lugwardine.
Dimensions (each tile): 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" x 1/2" (108 mm x 108 mm x 14 mm)
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