Tile; fragment; tin-glazed earthenware; decorated on a white ground with blue diamonds forming octagons which each contain a flower-head, most with a yellow centre.
- Found/Acquired: Fustat
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,Cairo,Fustat)
- Length: 10.9 centimetres (complete side)
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription ContentEDOUX INGHAM [. . .]
22 November 2010
Wet clean tiles.
Tiles were all stable but there was a considerable amount of museum dirt obscuring the surface.
The dirt was removed using cotton wool swabs and acetone, rolled across the surface.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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Object reference number: MCN12847
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