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Post  TonyK on Mon 23 Mar - 10:21

Anywhere there was clay, a kiln and downtime there were people making one-offs to take home or give away. Often from brick earth and sometimes salt-glazed.
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This West Auckland garden edge tile:
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was inscribed "Plato" and "Socrates" on the back:
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perhaps suggesting dreams of a different life.
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