A spectacular and rare tile panel, the pattern taken directly from a decorative plaster motif in the Alhambra Palace in Spain. The design was registered to G.Harold Elphick, architect of Nevills New Turkish Bath, Old Broad Street, London (1894), and produced by Craven Dunnill, REG No 241168. The tiles shown were in the cooling room and interestingly, the Nevills New Turkish Bath building survives to this day (many images and history on the Internet, Google 'Turkish Bath, Old Broad Street'). The same tiles from circa 1906 can be found at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. Condition: some light surface age and use wear; small nicks to high points and edges, typical glaze crazing; nothing further found. Mounted in a bespoke frame and ready for hanging. Article measured in centimetres and rounded to the nearest quarter inch. Height 71cm/28in, width 61cm/24.25in.
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H 71cm x W 61cm x D 3cm
H 28" x W 24¼" x D 1¼"