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Corner Motif Tile - Blue & White Or Sepia (ST109)

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  • Corner Motif Tile - Blue & White Or Sepia (ST109)

Corner Motif Tile – Blue & White Or Sepia (ST109)

This corner motif tile complements well with our Dutch Delft sailing ships tile designs. Available in either Blue & White or a Sepia finish. Thought to be the work of Van Hulst, Harlingen, painted in Holland c. 1895.

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Corner Motif Tile

This corner motif tile complements well with our Dutch Delft sailing ships tile designs. Available in either Blue & White or a Sepia finish. Reproduced from several fireplaces found within a large Victorian manor house in West Sussex. Thought to be the work of Van Hulst, Harlingen, painted in Holland c. 1895 specifically for the British market. The originals were painted onto a 6”x6” tin white glazed tile which has crazed over the years giving them an attractive aged effect.

These original designs are decorated onto a tin white glaze using the traditional cobalt blue in-glaze techniques. We offer an ‘aged’ option where the design is painted onto an engobe under-glaze before being coated in a crazing transparent glaze. Ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms and fireplaces.

If you are buying this tile for use in a fireplace insert, you will usually want to have a total of 14 single tiles to make a full run. You can mix and match any single tiles you prefer. We have many complimentary coloured tiles you can choose from to match with these designs.

Measurements
This tile measures at 6″ x 6″ (152mm x 152mm) x 8mm thick.

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Designer

J. Van Hulst

Colour:

Blue & White, Sepia

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These tiles are often found in Arts and Crafts houses alongside the tiles of William de Morgan and William Morris. Some Dutch manufacturers (especially The Ravesteijn factory) made a 6”x6” tile especially for the British Victorian market and even incorporated Arts and Crafts designs into their ranges. They are therefore perfect in any Victorian setting. The designs are timeless and also continue to be a popular choice for contemporary projects.
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