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Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey

Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: This tile was produced between 1272 and 1300 and measures 137 x

Leaping Hound on encaustic tile originally from Kent c1270 - this is a copy made by Company of Artisans www.companyofartisans.co.uk

Leaping Hound on encaustic tile (designs are faithful to the originals)

From Christ Church Cathedral, in Dublin, Ireland.

A wonderful historical cathedral, set in tranquil surrounds, in the oldest area of Dublin.

The tile at cleeve abbey, the only remaining medieval tile of its kind in…

The tile at Cleeve Abbey, the only remaining medieval tile of its kind in England. It includes the heraldry of King Henry III.

Earthenware tile, lead-glazed; lions.mosaic. 1226-1275. Yorkshire. I can make the same!

Date Production placeMade in: Yorkshire(Europe,British Isles,England,Yorkshire) Technique lead-glazed Dimensions Diameter: 50 millimetres (circa) Thickness: 32 millimetres

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