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Manufacturer: Minton & Co.


Date of Manufacture: Circa 1865


Type: Glazed, clay, floor tile of sandwich construction with makers marks  and 25 stabbed holes to rear.


Description: Glazed tile with a repeating pattern in the neo-medieval, gothic revival style.


Design: Central five-petal flower in a quatrefoil showing shamrock woven round a beige rose at the centre, on a chocolate ground and with foiliate crosses in the corners. Design attributed to A.W.N. Pugin (see


Colours: Black, terracotta red and buff.


Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 3/4" (151 mm x 151 mm x 23 mm)


Condition: Large chip on one corner and nibbles (see photos).

Pugin quatrefoil

SKU: Box125F
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