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Tile Plaque. United States, 1909-1911.

Tile Plaque

Tile Plaque by Frederick Hurten Rhead & Agnes Rhead

Tile panel | Pilkingtons Tile and Pottery Company | V&A Search the Collections

Tile panel

Tile panel | Pilkingtons Tile and Pottery Company | V&A Search the Collections

https://flic.kr/p/aShEaD | Barcelona - Mallorca 278 e 1 | Palau Ramon de…

Mallorca 278 e 1 - Palau Montaner - Architect: Lluís Domènech i Montaner…

Peony Tile - Carol Long Pottery

"Peony Tile", pottery by Carol Long

Medieval Peacock Feathers Verdant Tile 6x16 Inch Art Tile

Medieval Peacock Feathers Verdant Tile 6x16 Inch Art Tile

Tulip and Trellis Tile designed by Wm. Morris, 1870

Tulip and Trellis Tile, designed by William Morris, 1870 - William Morris &…

Not to sure who made this beautiful 6"x 6" tile could be Godwin c1890/00

tile could be Godwin

William De Morgan tile panel | by robmcrorie

Six inch tiles, Fulham period, I love the richness and featheriness of this design, a step beyond the straightforward Persian style.

Azulejo Pajaro Picando

Azulejo Pajaro Picando

Tile | Pilkingtons Tile and Pottery Company | V&A Search the Collections

Tile

Tile, manufacturer Pilkingtons Tile and Pottery Co.

Galileo Chini, “Peacock Tile,” c.1900

Galileo Chini, peacock tile, from the exhibition Galileo Chini e la Toscana

william morris wallpaper designs - Google Search

peacock feather design by william morris.

Peacock Tile 6 x 6. Batchelder Tile Company.

Peacock Tile - Handmade reproduction tile inspired by Ernest Batchelder's Arts & Crafts tiles. Batchelder tiles were made in Pasadena and Los Angeles from 1909 to

Zsolnay csempe és épületkerámia

Zsolnay csempe és épületkerámia

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Tile

Tile | | V Search the Collections

Maw and Co hand painted dust pressed tile with a design of a stylised flower and scrolling stem with leaves, shades of green, 6" square, c1900. Probably designed by C H Temple.

Maw and Co hand painted dust pressed tile with a design of a stylised flower and scrolling stem with leaves, shades of green, square, Probably designed by C H Temple.

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