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Item:223670156909Antique Blue & White Transfer Printed Floral Tiles, Henry Ollivant, 10 Available I do not know the history of these tiles, the backs are very clean so they may have come from a piece of furniture. Marked to the backs "COV ENGLAND" and "No 406". COV stands for Henry Ollivant of Cliffe Vale Works. I believe these probably date to the end of the 19th century. Price listed is per tile. For UK bidders there will be no additional p&p if more than one is purchased although if more than 4 are bought they will be sent as 2 parcels. At the time of listing I have 10 of these left and I have numbered them 1 to 10, if you have a preference of the tiles please tell me when ordering otherwise I will send them 1 to 10. I have included a number of photos and these probably describe the item better than I can and form part of the description. Everyone has different considerations when purchasing items and if you need any further information, please feel free to contact me and I will try to help. Condition: At time of listing I have 10 of these tiles, most of the tiles have manufacturing stress fractures and chipped chamfered corners. The last 3 (8 to 10) have a roughly trimmed edge. Other odd small nibbles to the edges. Tiles are free of crazing, there may be some light scratching and marks. I have seen at least one tile with some unglazed spots/areas. There are other manufacturing irregularities and even though these are 6" tiles there is some variation in the sizes. Please also see photos. Size: Approx 15cm x 15cm altohugh there is some variation ( approx 6" square). 10mm deep. Weight - around 410grams. Please feel free to ask any questions but please please ask through Ebay. Unfortunately, selling on Ebay generates a lot of spam and dubious emails and I now only respond to questions placed directly through Ebay. I will try to answer questions as soon as possible, but this will normally be in the evening. There are times where I may not be able to reply within 24 hours but I will reply well before the listing ends. Postage I am always happy to combine postage, but please contact me before paying to arrange the most suitable method. Unless I am offering free postage, I tend to charge P&P at cost plus 15-20% to cover packaging materials & other charges ( a little more for smaller items). Items that are under 2kg and fit into a box 45 x 35 x 16cm will be sent by Royal Mail, at a cost of £3.55. Larger or heavier items will be sent by courier. Parcels up to 2kg £4.70, up to 10kg £7.8 ( please note that there are some exceptions to this for large items). If the items have a value of over £25 and up to £100 an additional £2.22 may be added for insurance and signature. There may also be a surcharge for delivery to the Islands and Highlands. I will still happily send an item by any of the Royal Mail services if you prefer (Standard,Confirmed,Special Delivery), so please just let me know and I will provide a quote. If you require a tracking number for the item, please ensure that you pay for a tracked service. I am always happy for collection in person or for a buyer to arrange their own courier which may be cheaper for the winning bidder. Hermes is preferred for UK collection as we have an exceptionally good delivery man. International items under 2kg will still be sent via Royal Mail. I will quite happily post most items overseas, but if I have not already been provided international prices, please ask me for postage costs before bidding. I will not post to the Middle East, South America or Africa. International items sent by courier will require a contact telephone number. Packing - I pack to ensure the item arrives with you undamaged. If you have specific packing instructions, please contact me before paying as this may have an impact on the price, as both an increase in weight or size can increase the cost of delivery. I do try to recycle boxes and other materials wherever possible and will sometimes use newspaper for padding out, if it does not have any impact on the cost of postage.Condition:At time of listing I have 10 of these tiles, most of the tiles have manufacturing stress fractures and chipped chamfered corners. The last 3 (8 to 10) have a roughly trimmed edge. Other odd small nibbles to the edges. Tiles are free of crazing, there may be some light scratching and marks. I have seen at least one tile with some unglazed spots/areas. There are other manufacturing irregularities and even though these are 6" tiles there is some variation in the sizes. Please also see photos., Colour:Blue, Style:Victorian, Decade:1890s, Material:Ceramic, Original/Reproduction:Antique Original, Pattern:Floral, Type:Art Tile, Features:Reclaimed, Brand:Henry Ollivant, Pottery Technique:Transfer Printed
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Antique Blue & White Transfer Printed Floral Tiles, Henry Ollivant, 10 Available