Four earthenware tiles, deep sandwich of brown between buff, inlaid with black and glazed all over with a clear glaze, forming a four-tile motif of a central star in a circle surrounded by scrolling flowers and foliage, all within a larger circle and with flowerheads at the corners. Maker's mark on reverse.
- 1860-1880 (circa)
- Factory in: Lugwardine
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Herefordshire,Lugwardine)
- Length: 10.5 centimetres
- Width: 10.5 centimetres
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription ContentW. GODWIN
See also 1995,0205.3.a-d
Purchased at a salvage company auction in Gloucestershire from a collection owned by a former employee of the Godwin factory, as part of a group, 1995,0205.1-6. See also 1994,1001.1-21, from the same auction.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCT16836
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