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Tile Panel

late 19th century (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Panel of three tiles of buff-coloured earthenware painted with enamels on a white slip and glazed. Decorated with a repeating design of flowers and serrated leaves in colours outlined in purple on a dark blue ground.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Earthenware painted with enamels on a white slip and glazed
Brief Description
Panel of three tiles, buff earthenware, painted in colours on a white slip and covered with a clear glaze. Decorated with a repeating design of carnations, tulips and serrated leaves in white, olive-green, manganese-purple and turquoise-blue on a dark blue ground. Made by William de Morgan & Co. England, Merton, late 19th century
Physical Description
Panel of three tiles of buff-coloured earthenware painted with enamels on a white slip and glazed. Decorated with a repeating design of flowers and serrated leaves in colours outlined in purple on a dark blue ground.
Dimensions
  • Height: 60.9cm
  • Width: 20.3cm
Marks and Inscriptions
  • A church and 'W DE MORGAN' (Impressed on two tiles, in a square panel)
  • 'W. DE MORGAN' (Impressed on one tile)
Subject depicted
Bibliographic Reference
Labrusse, Remi. Islamophilies: L'Europe moderne et les arts de L'Islam . Paris: Somegy editions d'art, 2011. ISBN 978 2 7572 0438 2
Collection
Accession Number
360-1905

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record createdJune 24, 2009
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