London, South Kensington
13 July 2000
A Minton's Art Pottery Studio tile panel
designed by William Stephen Coleman, comprising five tiles painted with putti in a garden landscape with orange blossoms, fruits and flowers, moulded Minton Tile Works marks and printed Kensington Gore marks, circa 1872 (some glaze flaking, minute chip, glaze crazing), the tiles -- 100cm. x 19cm. overall, unexamined out of frame
See colour plate 6
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Cf. Joan Jones, The First Two Hundred Years of Design & Production (1993), p.222, for a design of similar style.
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