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Maker/s

Unknown

Category

lead-glazed earthenware

Name

tile

Description

Red earthenware, stamped, inlaid with white clay and lead-glazed. Square. Design of a heraldic shield, bearing the arms and badges of Ferrers.

Production Notes

English; Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire

Production Place

Chilvers Coton (production) (place)

Warwickshire (production) (county)

England (production) (country)

Technique Description

stamped, inlaid with white clay and lead-glazed

Dimensions

height: (whole): 12.0 cm
width: (whole): 12.0 cm
depth: (whole): 1.8 cm

Period

14th Century
Medieval

Date

circa 1300 to 1400

Provenance

given: Duke of Rutland 1936-02-13 (Filtered for: Applied Arts collection)

Ulverscroft Priory. Collection of the Duke of Rutland

Documentation

  1. Eames, Elizabeth (1980) Catalogue of Medieval Lead-Glazed Earthenware Tiles in the Department of Medieval and Later Antiquities British Museum, London: British Museum [page: pp. 227-8]
    [comments: Cf. Catalogue no. 2628-2631; Design no. 1680, pp. 227-8, 350, 725]

Other Notes

Accession Number

EC.25-1936 (Applied Arts)
(Reference Number: 15238; Input Date: 2000-11-01 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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