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Three ceramic tiles, by William De Morgan. Each ruby lustre decorated with a hedgehog, a feline and a seahorse respectively before stylised foliate backgrounds, on Craven Dunnill & Co. blanks each 6 Sold at Christie's

Sort of a peacock, on a Staffordshire blank in red lustre glaze, or

I have long been a fan of William De Morgan, who apart from being the man with the largest forehead I have ever seen - made some of the most.


Tile Place of origin: London, England (made) Artist/Maker: De Morgan, William Frend, born 1839 - died 1917 (manufacturer)

Arts & Crafts William Morris Blue Acanthus Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

William Morris's Acanthus Leaves in Blues and Green Counted Cross Stitch or Counted Needlepoint Pattern

William Morris prints De Morgan Tile, by William Morris and William De Morgan, late


Panel of fifteen tiles; green enamel beasts and peacock feathers painted on a white slip background; William de Morgan, England, probably Fulham Period

Swallow tile by William De Morgan A lifelong friend of William Morris, he designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for Morris & Co. from 1863 to

Beautiful Armenian Ceramic Tiles ( intricately hand painted by my equally beautiful sister )

TILE: Beautiful Armenian Ceramic Tiles (Previous Pinner: "Intricately hand painted by my equally beautiful sister).