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  • Tile (Germany), 16th century

    Within an arched niche are St. Martin and the Beggar. At base are strapwork, pendants, masks, grotesques, and seven figures symbolizing the three ecclesiastical and four cardinal virtues: Faith, Hope,…

  • Tile (USA), ca. 1880

    Blue. Framed by plants, or swan floats on a pond.

  • Tile (USA), ca. 1880

    Blue square with flat border. Relief design of a vine with four leaves forming a circle, on a textured ground.

  • Tile (USA), ca. 1880

    Blue-green. Design in nine panels: central panel of lily-of-the-valley; flanking panels of raised hobnails; corner panels of one daisy each.

  • Tile (USA), ca. 1880

    Amber. All-over pattern of raised rough diamonds with a four-part serrated design pressed in the center of each.

  • Tile (Ottoman Empire (present day Syria)), late 16th–early 17th century

    Square in shape, painted with an 8-pointed blossom in the center, from which radiate stylized floral arabesques and blossoms.

  • Tile (Italy)

  • Tile (England), 1888–98

    Square tile of reddish buff clay with grog added. Brilliant greenish blue colored glaze, crazed. Stamped with double wing on back, surrounded by “W. De Morgan 2 Co Sand’s End…

  • Tile (England), 1888–98

    Square tile of white clay (commercial production). White glaze painted with diagonally placed small stems and leaves in pale rose and crosswise overlaid with conventionalized pinks in cherry red. Back…

  • Tile (England), 1898–1907

    Square tile or buff clay with grog added. Streaky brilliant peacock-blue colored glaze, crackled. Impressed mark: “Dm 98”

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