Neo-classical style plaster plaque mounted in a frame. This decorative piece, at nearly 120 years old, has kept the details of its eye-catching classical scene. Unlike others of its likeness, this plaque has a painted timber frame and is mounted onto a steel stand. It could be displayed inside a home ready for visitors to
An antique neo-medieval old English encaustic tile depicting a King, possibly Henry III, attributed to Minton & Co. This tile was commissioned in 1840-42 by L. N. Cottingham for Temple Church, London and possibly removed following WWII bomb damage. It was not until 1850 that Minton and Co. began stamping the reverse of their tiles.