Earthenware tile, solid buff body inlaid in red with a Tudor rose.
- Made in: England
- (Europe,British Isles,England)
- Length: 104 millimetres
- Width: 104 millimetres
The tile is either a duplicate supplied by the manufacturers to be used at a later date as replacements, or samples for floors that were never actually laid. Only two small areas of the ground floor appear ever to have been laid with tiles, during the late nineteenth-century phase of extensions to the college, of 1877-89. In set with 1999,0703.1-3
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Object reference number: MCT17211
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