Tile to dress up the lounge and make a bungalow way out on the Zambezi feel like Cornwall. Plates from a mid-1880’s catalog from encaustic tile maker Malkin Edge & Company, Burslem, Stoke-On-Trent, England.

“Art-painted tiles for Hearths, Grate Cheeks, etc.” Page 34.
“Art-painted tiles for Hearths, Grate Cheeks, etc.” Page 34. Collection of the Sydney Living Museums/Historic Houses Trust of NSW. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/Malkin4810/page/n34
"Mosaic Pavements." Page 31.
“Mosaic Pavements.” Page 31. Collection of the Sydney Living Museums/Historic Houses Trust of NSW. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/Malkin4810/page/n30
"Art-painted tiles for Hearths, Grate-Cheeks, etc."
“Art-painted tiles for Hearths, Grate-Cheeks, etc.” Page 32. Collection of the Sydney Living Museums/Historic Houses Trust of NSW. In the public domain. via via https://archive.org/details/Malkin4810/page/n32
"For Walls, dados, etc." Page 45.
“For Walls, dados, etc.” Page 45. Collection of the Sydney Living Museums/Historic Houses Trust of NSW. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/Malkin4810/page/n44
"For Hearths, Jambs, Walls, Dados, Flower Boxes, etc."
“For Hearths, Jambs, Walls, Dados, Flower Boxes, etc.” Page 41. Collection of the Sydney Living Museums/Historic Houses Trust of NSW. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/Malkin4810/page/n40
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