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Medieval floor tiles (ceramic), English School, (14th century) / © Museum of London, UK / Bridgeman Images

Medieval floor tiles (ceramic), English School, century) / © Museum of London, UK / Bridgeman Images

Ulverscroft Priory, Leicestershire. This example carries the Arms of the Warren family.  http://www.leics.gov.uk/leicsrevealed_medievalfloortile.jpg

Medieval Floor Tile from Ulverscroft priory, Leicestershire, with heraldic pattern of the Warren family, who built Conisborough Castle near Sheffield.

tile; floor tile  Accession number: 6895 Production date: Medieval; 13th-14th century Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: L 122 mm; W 123 mm; T 25 mm Museum Section: Medieval Summary: Incomplete floor tile decorated with a stag trippant in yellow placed diagonally, with portions of foliated ornament in two outer angles

Museum of London Deer tile, Medieval; century Measurements: L 122 mm; W 123 mm; T 25 mm

tile; floor tile Accession number: 6847 Production date: Medieval; 13th-14th century Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: L 116 mm; W 111 mm; T 24 mm Museum Section: Medieval Summary: Floor tile with design of face in yellow within a circle on red fabric.

floor tile Accession number: 6847 Production date: Medieval; earthenware Measurements: L 116 mm; W 111 mm; T 24 mm Museum Section: Medieval Summary: Floor tile with design of face in yellow within a circle on red fabric.

The tile at cleeve abbey, the only remaining medieval tile of its kind in…

The tile at Cleeve Abbey, the only remaining medieval tile of its kind in England. It includes the heraldry of King Henry III.