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William Wise designed several series of tiles for Minton China Works that look like etchings with incredible detail. This tile shows a woman milking a cow while her son stands by and holds his baby sister. These tiles were available in one or more of several colors including black, sepia, and blue. We have some of each so check our store for more. These tiles are highly collectible and make great wall tiles (especially for a country kitchen!), trivets, coasters, decorative accessories, and, of course, gifts.? Reproduced from a circa 1882 Minton tile in a calm, soothing shade of green with cream, beige, taupe, and brown. A sophisticated traditional design that we like to think of here as perfect for an upscale spa or bathroom wall tile. Very easy colors to live with. and Shades of blue on white in an elaborate design make this an outstanding Victorian tile. Reproduced from an original antique tile by Minton China, one of the finest producers of tiles in the 18th and 19th centuries. with An early art nouveau majolica tile reproduced from a tile in our collection. Three shamrocks in Irish Green are the perfect way to wish someone luck, celebrate St. Patrick's Day (when everyone is Irish!) or use as a wall or backsplash tile or even a trivet, coaster, or simply a decorative accent framed or displayed on a small easel. ! Historic reproduction tile based on a glazed tile designed by Pugin for Minton Tiles. Gorgeous colors in greens, blue, gold, burgundy, and cream....Reproduced from an antique English Minton tile molded in high relief. Shades of blue. Use as wall and backsplash tiles for kitchen and bath. Display as art, use around a fireplace opening or as trivets, coasters, decorative accessories, and, of course, gifts. This tile is available in 4.5 inch and 6 inch sizes. We also have the same design in other colors. Note that, although the tile looks as dimensional as the antique original is, our repro is actually done in faux relief or "trompe l'oeil" (fool the eye) style and is actually flat and smooth. + Looking for unique tile design ideas, how about this Stunning Blue and White Tile with a Vintage circa 1875 Mintons Printed Design, this design was part of The Spirits of The Flowers series which featured twelve subjects and this one was called Lily of the Valley. This is the perfect tile for all those interior design ideas like your kitchen backsplash, wall tiles etc. because you can order as many or as few as you need, and if you ever break one, just come back and order a replacement tile in the same design. This Blue and White Tile would look great framed and hanging on your wall. and This is a beautiful tile that shows the connection between the early Arts & Crafts movement and Art Nouveau design. At customers' request, we are offering this design with both the cream background shown here as well as with a white background in another listing. The all over design of this tile looks fabulous as a trivet, wall tile accent, a backsplash, or as an entire dado or wall. ! Reproduced from a late 19th century tile by Trent tile of Trenton, New Jersey. The soft mottled colors make this tile a popular choice when a neutral color scheme is needed. Makes a great backsplash or wall tile in kitchen or bath. Also may be used as a shower tile or fireplace surround. Can be displayed as art, used as coasters, trivets, trays or other items. Available in 4.5 inch and 6 inch tiles as well as other items. Note that, although the tile looks as dimensional as the antique original is, our reproduction is made in a faux relief or "trompe l'oeil" (fool the eye) style and is actually flat and smooth. + Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This tile features two plumed birds with beads and swags flanking a bowl of fruit. Exquisite detail and gorgeous shades of blue make this a true masterpiece.? From the Aesop's Fables series by Minton's China in a beautiful shade of blue. The transferware tile shows the tortoise passing a sleeping hare. The words on the tile read "The hare and the tortoise run a race." The original dates to the late 1800s. Minton Tile produced several series of similar bird tiles in the late 1870s through the 1880s. This one has a handsome bird on the branch of an oak tree with acorns in a sepia and mocha color. Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and are highly collectible. and A skillfully painted repeat floral design in shades of blue, this tile is a beauty! (This tile is even nicer in multiples - see TessieRay's media pages to have a look.) Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. (or) Augustus Welby Pugin (1812-1852) was a leader of the Gothic Revival movement in England and, subsequently, throughout the world. The medieval influence is evident in the stylized lions of this design, produced as tiles by Minton and Company in the middle of the 19th century. ! Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The original of this lovely blue and white tile was created in 1876. It is one of their many Aesthetic style tiles showing the strong influence of Japanese art. William Wise designed several series of tiles for Minton China Works that look like etchings with incredible detail. This tile depicts a young woman feeding chickens and is from circa 1880,. These tiles were available in one or more of several colors including black, sepia, and blue. We have some of each so check our store for more. + William Wise designed several series of tiles for Minton China Works that look like etchings with incredible detail. This black on light beige transferware tile shows a mother and daughter harvesting potatoes on their farm. These tiles were available in one or more of several colors including black, sepia, and blue. We have some of each so check our store for more. ! Reproduced from an antique English Minton tile molded in high relief. Soft shades of gray and white. Looks wonderful as a backsplash with a white kitchen. Equally at home as a wall tile for bathroom, shower, or laundry room. Available in 4.5 and 6 inch tiles and other colors. Note that, although the tile looks as dimensional as the antique original is, our repro is actually done in faux relief or "trompe l'oeil" (fool the eye) style and is actually flat and smooth. ! The Art Nouveau style began in the last decade of the 19th century and lasted until WWI. Art Nouveau is, in many ways, an outgrowth of the Arts & Crafts movement. Art Nouveau tiles feature stylized designs with flowing curves based on natural forms. + Minton tiles were (and are still) considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This tile is one of the reasons why. Incredible colors, exquisite design, and classic style. + Reproduced from an antique Minton tile that dates to the late 1890s. Although the original is molded and has dimensional outlines, this tile only looks dimensional and is actually flat and smooth. Minton tiles were (and are still) considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries....Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. You can own this replica for a small fraction of the cost of the originals -- if you can even find one, let alone a matching pair or more. Dating to 1890, this is a rare charming overall floral print tile by Minton China. Peach and Clay colored flowers with green leaves are strewn on an ivory cream background. Something different in a late Victorian/early Arts & Crafts period design. or Reproduced from a lovely antique Asian-influenced hand glazed transferware tile from Minton Hollins in perennially popular blue and white. Makes a very nice kichen, bath, or laundry room wall tile, backsplash, or fireplace surround. Also makes a great accent tile and nice enough to frame and hang on a wall, use as a wall tile, trivet, coaster, or place it on a small easel as an object d'art. Available in 4.5 and 6 inch tiles as well as other items. with Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This one features a young child sitting on a circular vine and reaching for a flower. This tile is a creamy rich vanilla color. We also have this tile available in other colors in TessieRay's Tile Shop. or A superb Persian influenced tile in turquoise and indigo blue on white. Make your shower, bathroom walls, kitchen backsplash or tiled entryway unique with this reproduction of an 1890 antique Minton tile. The original colors were hand applied to a printed transferware design (the black lines on the tile, in this case). MInton tiles were (and still are) considered among the finest in the world. + This is a reproduction of a lovely tile from Minton China works. Warm colors of pale golden yellow, rich chocolate brown and mocha create a neutral color scheme that will work with just about all colors. Makes a great backsplash or wall tile for kitchen or bath. Can also be used for other projects or displayed as the artwork it truly is.. Looking for unique tile design ideas, how about this Stunning Greek Tile with a Vintage circa 1885 Mintons Printed Design. This is the perfect tile for all those interior design ideas like your kitchen backsplash, wall tiles etc. because you can order as many or as few as you need, and if you ever break one, just come back and order a replacement tile in the same design. Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This tricolor majolica design features a gold sunflower on a teal background framed by olive green strips with a leaf design. The sunflower was a favorite motif during the Arts & Crafts/Craftsman movement of the late 19th-early 20th centuries., This reproduction Minton transferware tile features a young woman in pastoral landscape under a large tree. Nicely printed tile from the highly collectible "Country Life" series by William Wise. Minton tiles were considered among the finest produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This is one of a pair of reproduction Victorian sculpted molded bird tiles in a rich majolica we'd describe as a cinnabar color. The original antique tiles were made by Minton China, one of the premier English tile producers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These Victorian tiles are also suitable for Arts & Crafts, Craftsman, Bungalow, and other styles of decorating. Note that, although the reproduction tiles look as 3-dimensional as the original, they are printed in a trompe l'oeil ("fool the eye") style that captures all of the carved detail of the originals on a flat, smooth tile.. This is one of a pair of reproduction Victorian sculpted molded bird tiles in a rich majolica we'd describe as a cinnabar color. The original antique tiles were made by Minton China, one of the premier English tile producers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These Victorian tiles are also suitable for Arts & Crafts, Craftsman, Bungalow, and other styles of decorating. Note that, although the reproduction tiles look as 3-dimensional as the original, they are printed in a trompe l'oeil ("fool the eye") style that captures all of the carved detail of the originals on a flat, smooth tile. and A beautiful art nouveau tile featuring lilies that is reproduced from a circa 1900 Minton tile. This tile is in soft neutral colors. We also have the same tile in color available separately. Makes a great border tile or backsplash tiles! Note that, although the original tile a molded tube-lined tile with raised outlines, this tile is printed flat in the trompe l'oeil ("fool the eye") tradition. with The Art Nouveau style began in the last decade of the 19th century and lasted until WWI. Art Nouveau is, in many ways, an outgrowth of the Arts & Crafts movement. Art Nouveau tiles feature stylized designs with flowing curves based on natural forms. The original tile featuring this art nouveau design was produced by Minton Tile Company in England. Minton was considered one of the premier ceramics manufacturers of the mid-19th through early 20th centuries. This symmetrical sophisticated floral design is in the original gorgeous shades of blues with greens and a touch of gold on a cream background. Looks fantastic as an accent or border wall or backsplash tile, framing a fireplace or wall mirror, or displayed on a small easel. Use alone, with solid tiles, or mix and match with other of our art nouveau tiles. and A beautiful art nouveau tile featuring lilies that is reproduced from a circa 1900 Minton tile. This tile was hand-glazed in gold, maroon, cream, and green against a blue background. Makes a great border tile or backsplash tiles! You can see how this tile looks as a border in our media section. Note that, although the original tile a molded tube-lined tile with raised outlines, this tile is printed flat in the trompe l'oeil ("fool the eye") tradition. with