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Manufacturer: Minton & Co.


Date of Manufacture: 1850-1860


Type: Inlaid plastic clay tiles.


Description: Nine inlaid encaustic floor tiles in neo-medieval style with makers marks and 25 stabbed holes to the rear.


Design: Central cardinal foliate cross set in a quatrefoil bordered with a band of florets, all within sixteen leaf foils set in a circle and with foliate spandrels, in a rectangular border of dotted roads.  Design by A.W.N. Pugin, see British Museum object number 1980,0307.8


Colours: Blue, red and buff.


Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 1" (152 mm x 152 mm x 25 mm)


Condition: Fair overall but with chips and nibbles also edge and surface damage. (see photos).

Magnificent A.W.N. Pugin nine tile panel by Minton & Co

SKU: Box025
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