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Origin of these Bathroom Tiles?

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Origin of these Bathroom Tiles?

Post  PenelopeLB on Wed 30 Apr - 11:33

This unusual collection of tiles are in the toilet/bathroom of an old New Lynn House.
The House was build around 1920 from Gardner Brothers and Parker bricks.

Can someone help me identify where these tiles were made and what age they would be?
Local?



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Re: Origin of these Bathroom Tiles?

Post  Ev on Wed 30 Apr - 12:43

Oh Wow those tiles are so stunning!!!
I will do some sleuthing when I get a chance and see what turns up.
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Re: Origin of these Bathroom Tiles?

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Jul - 19:08

Gulps* It looks like this delightful historical house is going to be pulled down !!!!
https://m.facebook.com/newlynnprotectionsociety?refid=52
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