Medieval tile, Bath Abbey

Medieval tile - possibly from Bath Abbey? Nice other photos in that flikr stream!

Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey

Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: This tile was produced between 1272 and 1300 and measures 137 x

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Képtalálat a következőre: „arabic ceramics tiles”

Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 32.376/26).    This tile, produced in the late 13th or early 14th century, has four fleurs-de-lys springing from each corner. Tile size: 137 x 137mm.

Medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: This tile, produced in the late or early century, has four fleurs-de-lys springing from each corner. Tile size: 137 x

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Floor Tiles at Winchester Cathedral (Copyright Dave Halley 2011)

Decorative Inlaid Glazed Clay Medieval Floor Tiles (showing Dragon or Griffen?) in Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, United Kingdom. Taken on Canon EOS (Copyright Dave Halley

קובץ:Armenian tiles at St. Andrew's Guesthouse, Jerusalem  P1130741.JPG

Antique tiles - Armenian, floral, turqoise and blue on white - Pictify - your social art network

Turkish tile, Eyup Sultan Mosque by Ihsan Gercelman, via 500px    ::::  PINTEREST.COM christiancross   ::::

Picture of Turkish tile, Eyup Sultan Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey stock photo, images and stock photography.

Tile  Damascus, Syria (made) ca. 1550-1600 (made) | V&A  - The so-called chintamani design is one of the most recognisable Ottoman decorative motifs. The motif comprised of paired wavy lines or tiger stripes is based on the depiction of the tiger skin coat worn by the Iranian hero Rustam...

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Chintamani design is one of the most recognisable Ottoman decorative motifs

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