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Two tiles, left and right spandrels of a niche

Identifier: 1952.P.46 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two tiles, left and right spandrels of a niche. Floral colours. Framed.

Dish with floral decoration

Identifier: 1947.P.70 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Dish with floral decoration. Stonepaste, slipped and decorated with saw leaves, tulips and hyacinths in red and blue, outlined in black

Tile painted with designs of scrolls, leaves and flowers

Identifier: 1964.P.21 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Tile painted with designs of scrolls, leaves and flowers. Earthenware, in typical palette of green, turquoise, blue and manganese. Flowers include carnations.

Dish decorated in red and white slips

Identifier: 1953.P.37 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Dish decorated in red and white slips. Eathernware, body slipped lavender-grey and decorated. In the centre, a panel surrounded by decorated motifs in red and white

Two tiles with symmetrically arranged flowers

Identifier: 1952.P.88 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two tiles with symmetrically arranged flowers. Painted in blue, and turquoise on white slip. Conventional flowers symmetrically arranged on curved and interlaced foliated stems under a niche, the s...

Two tiles with sprays of flowers

Identifier: 1952.P.87 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Two tiles with sprays of flowers. Painted in red, green, blue and turquoise. Floral sprays within curved serrated leaves springing from interlaced flowing stems.

Dish with floral decoration

Identifier: 1947.P.71 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Dish with floral decoration. Stonepaste, slipped and decorated with narrow panels of flower heads alternating with a panel of sample floral ornament

Eight tiles (loose) forming part of a large design

Identifier: 1939.P.220 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Eight tiles (loose) forming part of a large design. (Commented in the accession register as being crudely made and decorated in poor colours). Yellow dominating. Probably made by the Cuerda Seca pr...