We have a large showroom (infact we have one whole room dedicated to tiles) where you can view examples of complete floors, individual geometric tiles and encaustic tiles.
View Antique Minton Marks In the 1820’s Minton started bone china production and this early Minton China is regarded as comparable to French Sevres porcelain, which influenced it greatly.Minton’s was also the only English china factory of the 19th century to employ a Sevres process called pate-sur-pate.The surviving tiles from the Clarendon Palace pavement are now in the British Museum, but an important Wessex pavement dating from around 1260 remains in the muniment room of Salisbury Cathedral; however, its preservation beneath boarding means access is difficult.The delightful but much later renaissance-inspired tile pavement at Lacock Abbey was taken up in the nineteenth century and is in storage at the house, whose entrance hall sports a series of unusual terracotta sculptures executed in 1755-6.If you need to source machine made or hand made quarry tiles, look no further than Cawarden – the perfect choice for reclaimed quarry tiles through the United Kingdom.
We sell reclaimed quarry tiles for matching existing floors, and also supply quarry tiles for fire place hearths.This set of six tiles depicts events surrounding Excalibur, Etarre, Enid, Elaine, Geraint and Lynette.There is a set of these tiles kept in the British Museum's collection. The tiles are in very good antique condition and can be arranged in a number of ways to create a splashback or a decorative feature. Border tiles measure 6" x 1" Reference: TILES02 When placing an order with The Architectural Forum no money will be taken from your card until your order has been confirmed.We will be in touch on receipt of your order to arrange shipping costs.Due to the nature of our wares, shipping will be charged additionally, a fee that we will confirm with you prior to order confirmation.To ensure we can dedicate enough time to you and your floor, please book an appointment.