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Lot 0072
The following three lots of William de Morgan tiles were removed from a fireplace in a house built in 1889 by the shipbuilder Sir John Isaac Thornycroft (1843-1928) in Chiswick, on the banks of the River Thames, and former home of Sir Rowland Whitehead. A collection of eight William De Morgan 'Carnation' pattern tiles, probably Chelsea Period, six fixed, two loose, with loss, each 6in square

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£300.00

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The following three lots of William de Morgan tiles

Auction ended on Tue, Jul 29, 2014
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Estimate £600 - £800
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£380.00
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£360.00
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£300.00
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£300.00
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