Glazed Expressions is a well-illustrated magazine published twice a year, containing a wide range of national and international articles dealing with tiles and architectural ceramics, conservation issues, interviews, book reviews, tile identification, collectors corner and up-to-the-minute news items
Latest Edition No. 74 2014
Articles in this edition
Pictorial Tiles in Pubs: Part 4 – North East Geoff Brandwood and Michael Slaughter, Perceptions of Artificial Stone Through Three Centuries Simon Scott, Contemporary Tile Maker – Elspeth Gardner Elspeth Gardner, Collector’s Corner Roger Hensman, Some Observations on ‘Mosaic’ Tiles John Merilion , French Architectural Ceramics in the Pasquier Collection Julie Brossier-Duclos, Looking for Little Jack Horner Hans van Lemmen, TACS News & Views
Pictorial Tiles in Pubs: Part 3 – Midlands and East Anglia Geoff Brandwood & Michael Slaughter, Recollections of a Sales Trip Around the World in 1962 David Malkin, Contemporary Tile Maker – J Kay Aplin J Kay Aplin, Relocation and Restoration of Dorothy Annan Panels Lesley Durbin, Raku Fired Mural at Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton Penny Beckett, Obituary: Eduardo Nery (1938-2013) Alan Swale, The Role of the UK in European and International Tile Standards Lawrence D. Burton, Tiles as Public Art in the Dutch Town of Lunteren Hans van Lemmen, Update on the 1953 Carter Mural at Lewis’s, Liverpool Penny Beckett. £6.00 Buy
No.72 2013: Pictorial Tiles in Pubs: Part 2 – London Geoff Brandwood & Michael Slaughter. Recollections – Retiling the United States Capitol David Malkin. Request for Information – Anthony Ray’s Bequest Timothy Wilson. Contemporary Tile Maker – Jan O’Highway Jan O’Highway. Tiles in Bournemouth – Unusual … or Not? Jo Amey. Heritage Lottery Fund – All Our Stories: The Potteries Tile Trail Danny Callaghan. Eduardo Nery’s Simple But Magical Tile Jorge Rezende.
No.71 2013: Pictorial Tiles in Pubs: Part 1 – Scotland, Wales and Ireland Geoff Brandwood & Michael Slaughter. Recollections – The Second Encaustic Tile Revival David Malkin. Carter & Co. Tile Panels at W .H. Smith’s Branches Ian Betts. Contemporary Tile Maker – Royce Wood Studios Peter Wood. Minton Tile Ceiling, Bethesda Terrace, Central Park, New York Danny Callaghan. The Conservation of a Swedish Ceramic Stove Oliver Heal.
No.70 2012: A Brief History of Architectural Terracotta in the USA Amy Smith. Recollections of Designs Trends in British Ceramic Tiles David Malkin. Missing Months of the Year Tiles Ian Betts. Contemporary Tile Maker – Victoria Ellis Victoria Ellis. Obituary – Kenneth Clark Penny Beckett. 17th Century Patterned Azulejos from Portugal Rosário Salema de Carvalho et al Chumy Chúmez Two Pictorial Tile Works in Madrid Cleota Ree. A Tale of Tenement Tiles is Glasgow Fiona Sinclair.
No.69 2012: Ceramic Bar Counters in Public Houses Geoff Brandwood and Michael Slaughter. Recollections of Tile Manufacturing David Malkin. Contemporary Tile Makers Carlo Briscoe and Ed Dunn Carlo Briscoe and Ed Dunn. Collins Hamtun Street Mural in Southampton Karen Wardley. A Decade of New Mural Designs by Eduardo Nery Alan Swale. TACS Conference: Exporting Stoke and Beyond Elaine Godina. Pilkington’s Tiles Acquisitions – The Carter Group - Lawrence Burton.
No.68 2011: Pilkington’s Persian Schemes of Colour Angela and Barry Corbett. Hunting Murals in Helsinki Lynn Pearson. Contemporary Tile Maker – Bronwyn Williams-Ellis Bronwyn Williams-Ellis. A Coade Stone Monument at Hooton Park, Cheshire Bill Thacker. Carter Picture Panels and Other Tiling, Barnfield Primary School Ian Betts & Chris Blanchett. Halima Cassell, Clay Sculptor Lynn Pearson. 50th Anniversary of the Dutch Tile Museum Hans van Lemmen. An Encounter with William de Morgan? Kath Adams.
No.67 2011: Cuban Mortar Tiles Anna Joynt. The Gingerbread Palace of Rail Lynn Pearson. Contemporary Tile Maker – Charles Allen Charles Allen. Scottish Surprises: Ceramic Installations by Lesley Burr Alan Swale. Scottish Mountain Update Lynn Pearson. Import/Export of the St Alban Memorial Tiles Diane Berlet and Graem Coles. The TACS Online Database Penny Beckett.Tokoname and The Inax Tile Museum Maggie Berkowitz. 700 Years of English Tiles in Spain Hans van Lemmen
No.66 Summer 2010: The Church of the Wisdom of God Martin Brandon. Contemporary Tile Maker – Maggie Berkowitz Maggie Berkowitz. TACS Events 2010 Pat van Lemmen. TACS Visit to Hull and Hornsea Shirley Scotney. From the Archives – Tiles from the 1960’s and 70’s John Merilion. Shaws of Darwen: Two Recent New-Build Architectural Schemes Alan Swale. Information about Rotterdam Bible tiles from the Baroque Castle of Wachau Wilhelm Joliet. About ‘Evolution of Life in the Sea’ Philippa Threlfall. Playing With Light – The Gum Bi-chromate Process Kit Anderson. The New Ceramics Study Galleries at the V&A Hans van Lemmen.
No.65 Autumn 2009: Memorial Tiles in a Rural Ontario Church Diane Berlet and Graem Coles. Birmingham Marriage Rooms John Merilion. Five Sisters: An Installation at York St Mary’s Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings. Contemporary Tile Maker – Lee Page Hanson Lee Page Hanson. A Throne for the Common Man Alan Swale. George Swift and the Swan Tile Works Penny Beckett. Travel Notes From Antigua Elaine Godina. Coade Stone at Greenwich Hans van Lemmen
No.64 Winter 2009: The Ormond Building: Minton tiles in Victorian Manchester. Lance Fuller. Collecting English Encaustic Tiles. John Scott. Colour in Architecture: the ceramic murals of Susan Tunick. Alan Swale. Tile designs by Lewis Foreman Day for Pilkington’s Tile & Pottery Company. Barry & Angela Corbett, Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery Society. Artificial Stone – Life before Mrs Coade? Richard Smith. Restoration at the howard Arms, Carlisle. Lesley Durbin. Dutch tiles at the Harbour Commissioner’s Office, Blyth, Northumberland. Hans van Lemmen.
No.63 Spring 2009: West Kirby Residential School: Doulton tile panels at former children’s convalescent home Penny Beckett. A North West Treasure A. & B. Corbett. The Golden Fountain and the Grill Room: The Evolution of a Design in Tile: Cleota Reed. Church Ceramics Richard Brook.
No.62 Autumn 2008: Cliveden Minton Tiles Working Holidays: how to start solving a giant jigsaw puzzle Vicki Marsland. Conservation as a Holiday option Elaine Godina. Roundwood Grange, Basildon Steve Walker. Tiles in Portugal Hans Van Lemmen. Babylon Exhibition Carolyn Wraight. Reproduction and restoration at the Maison Emile Zola/Musee Dreyfus, Medan, France John Marilion. A Relic in Rochdale Lynn Pearson. ‘Aesthetic Sabotage’: two new murals by Robert Dawson Alan Swale. Tiles at the Harris Museum & Art Gallery Caroline Jordan. A Surprise in South Uist Lynn Pearson.
No.61 Spring 2008: Pilkington’s tile backs A. & B. Corbett. Japanese tiles Hans van Lemmen. The Bibliotheque Nationale Robert Copeland Hinchcliffe Mill Co-operative Society Butcher’s Shop A. & B. Corbett. Dutch tiles at Knowle, Sidmouth David Jenkinson. Update on the Hedley Lewis mosaics, Coventry Lesley Durbin
No 60 Winter 2007: The significance of the terracotta decorations at the Roman Baths (Romischen Bader) in Potsdam-Sanssouci Katharina Lippold. Joseph Walmsley’s design for Burmantofts pottery and tiles Ruth Baumberg. Tiles in Japan. Denis Gaughan. Remarkable terracotta roof finials Simon Hall. Dutch tile panels commemorating the events leading up to the battle of Waterloo Wilhelm Joile.
No.59 Summer 2007: Index to Glazed Expressions nos. 1-57 & TACS Journal nos. 1-12
No.58 Spring 2007: Tile Schemes in Scottish Shops, Lindsay Lennie. A Railway Miscellany, Lynn Pearson. Susan Mussi of BenSu Ceramica Barcelona. Tunisia, A Tilemaker’s Paradise, Karen Singer Philippa Threlfall and the Black Dog of Wells, Somerset. Spanish Tiles at the Museo del Azulejo, Hans van Lemmen.
No.57 Winter 2006: Decorative ceramics in the twentieth century church Lynn Pearson. Hobbs Fish & Chip Shop, Dudley Angela & Barry Corbett Terracotta Tales, Penny Beckett. Minton Tile Panel at the V&A: Penny Beckett. Unswept Floor 2005 A mosaic for BBC Radio Leicester Artist: Cleo Mussi.
No.56 Summer 2006: Celebrating 25 years of TACS. Recollections of Founder Members of TACS. De Porceleyne Fles Tile Panels at the Forsyth Institute, Boston Massachusetts University Hans van Lemmen.
No.55 Spring 2006: John Marriott Blashfield (1811-1882), Mario Baeck. Gibbs & Canning of Glascote, Tamworth, Angella Streluk. Burmantofts’ Stories in Faience: The Oxford Corner House, London, Julie Gillam Wood. Maggie’s Train: The Appledore Plaque, John Walmsley.
GE Special Edition 2006: The Ceramic Murals of the Armada Way, Plymouth (1988-2004) produced in response to the dramatic loss in 2004 of Edward Pond’s 1988 Armada Way ceramic tile murals in Plymouth City Centre, Penny Beckett.
No.54 Winter 2005: Kenneth Clark MBE; Burmantoft’s Stories in Faience: The Electra Palace Picture Hall, Fitzalan Square, Sheffield; London Underground Stations . £6.00 Buy
No.53 Summer 2005: Tiles at the V&A; Photographic Portrait and Picture Tiles, Gazetteer News, Final Installment;Collectors’ Corner; TACS trip to Ireland report; Pulhamite & Terracotta Fountain at Dunloran Park.; The Bedford Park Chunks. £6.00 Buy
No.52 Spring 2005: TileWeb: Paving-tile watercolours online – a new resource, Ceramics in the South Caucasus, Churchill Fellowship Terracotta Tour, Looking Forward: TACS in Bristol, Burmantofts’ Stories in Faience, Interview with the American tile auctioneer, Susanne Perrault + regular features. £6.00 Buy
No.51 Winter 2004: Altered Images – Digital Interpretations Inspired by George Cartlidge’s Portrait Tiles, Builders’ Surplus Tiles, Burmantofts First Class Refreshment Room at Central Station in Newcastle upon Tyne, Craig Bragdy Design of Denbigh in Wales, along with all the regular features. £6.00 Buy
No.50 Summer 2004: Early Minton majolica floor tiles, Dutch tile installations at Schloss Falkenlust in Germany, New Ceramic Art by Ned Heywood, Burmantofts stories in faience – the National Liberal Club in London,
Stamp marks of early terracotta manufacturers, and regular items including Collectors’ Corner and book reviews. £6.00 Buy
No.49 Spring 2004: Mayfield House – home of Henry Godwin, Martin van Straaten – importer of Dutch tiles, Ceramic brewery plaques, Interview with Mike Blood, Architectural sculpture of Gwen Heeney, Birkbeck Bank – lost ceramic extravagance £6.00 Buy
No.48 Winter 2003: Back Chat – Our First 20 Years (tile backs), King Alfred’s Chapel Winchester, Ceramic decoration in modern British mosques, Penn tiles from Tylers Green, New Ceramic Art by Gerald Buchanan, Revelations tiles of J. P. Seddon at Sunningwell Church Oxfordshire £6.00 Buy
No.47 Summer 2003: Victoria Baths, Manchester; Dutch Tiles in Tredegar House, Wales; St John’s Episcopal Church, Jedburgh (Minton pavement); Collectors’ Corner; Gordon Cullen Murals, Coventry, part 2; Lister Drive Baths, Liverpool; Red Lion PH, Crich Tramway Village £6.00 Buy
No 46, Spring 2003: Post- war Tile Panels; Gibbs & Canning; Ibstock Hathernware visit report; Collectors’ Corner; Gordon Cullen Murals, Coventry, part 1; Interview with Kate Malone; New Ceramic Art £6.00 Buy
No.45 Autumn 2002: Swann Tile Works, Liverpool; Roman Mosaics in Cordoba; New Decoration Techniques for Tin Glazed Tiles; Terracotta Memorial; TACS Database report; The Ceramic Work of Francisco Brennand in Recife, Brazil; Carter & Co and the First Screen Printed Tiles, India of Inchinnan (Factory restoration). £6.00 Buy
No.44 Spring 2002: Portuguese Tile Murals by Eduardo Nery; Nature Printing; Tile Exports by British Manufacturers, 1850- 1910; Conservation & Restoration of Tin- glazed Tiles; Encaustic Tiles in 19th century American Popular Fiction; Tiles & Terracotta in British Mausoleums; Tudor Chimneys and Terracotta in Norfolk; An 1840 Letter from A W N Pugin to Herbert Minton cont’d £6.00 Buy
No.43 Autumn 2001:
Minton Tiles in Canada – St Anne’s Chapel of Ease, Fredericton, New Brunswick; An 1840 Letter from A W N Pugin to Herbert Minton; Godwin Tiles in St James’ Church, Hereford; The Terracotta Restoration Work at the Church of St Stephen & All Martyrs, Lever Bridge, Bolton; An interview with Ger de Ree; Ceramic Roofware; The Boulenger Museum, France £6.00 Buy
No 42 Spring 2001: A de Morgan Discovery; Conservation of Medieval Tile Pavements; W B Simpson & Sons Tile Panels; The New Art Gallery, Walsall; Ghastly & Heroic Deaths: Images of Suicide on Tiles; Maw’s Tiling in a Disused Chapel near Shrewsbury;’ The Discoveries’: Tiles of Lisbon’s Parque Metro Station £6.00 Buy
No.41 SPECIAL EDITION: The Floor Tiles at The Vyne £6.00 Buy
No.40 Spring 2000: Tile Making at the Turn of the Century; Contemporary Terracotta and Faience; A Millennium Tile Mural at Wrexham; Recent Architectural Work form the United States; Collector’s Corner; Tile Making in New Zealand; Tile Mural at East High School, Erie, Pennsylvania £6.00 Buy
No.39 Autumn 1999: Alphonse Mucha Designs on Tiles; The Ceramic Murals of Philippa Threlfall; ‘The Batley Bats’; Interviews with Prominenet British Tile Manufacturers IV; Church Tiles at Old Radnor; Wacky Toilets in Vienna; Collector’s Corner; Obituary: Michael Stratton £6.00 Buy
No.38 Spring 1999: Rosie Smith & the Matthew; Interviews with Prominent British Tile Manufacturers III; The International Tile Company; Delftware Tiles in Kensington & Chelsea; An interview with Joseph Taylor; Tiles from Rotterdam in John Knox House, Edinburgh; Tiles in Australian Cottages £6.00 Buy
No.37 Autumn 1998: Liebermann Tiles; Max Laeuger; New German Tile Museum; Interviews with Prominent British Tile Manufacturers II; Collector’s Corner; Photographing Tiles, Gaudi s Parc Guell, Barcelona; A Day at the Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester £6.00 Buy
No.36 Spring 1998: Tile Discoveries in London & Newcastle; An interview with Susan Tunick; Tiles on the Sydney Opera House Roof; Interviews with Prominent British Tile Manufacturers I; Pierre Mallet – a Designer of Burmantofts Faience Tiles; Collector’s Corner £6.00 Buy
No.35 Autumn 1997: Tile Mural at the Royal School, Bath; Prussian Brick & Terracotta; Angela Evans, Tile Maker; Tile Hunting in the Antipodes; Dutch Tiles in the Chateau de Labbeville; Subject Matter on Medieval Tiles; A Plague Tile Panel in Bruges £6.00 Buy
No.34 Spring 1997: Marsden patent Art Tiles; Bedford Hospital Tile Pictures; Tiled Porches in Lincoln; The Zsolnay Tile Museum; N.V. Manufactures Ceramique d’Hemixem, Gilliot & Cie – a Major tile manufacturer in Belgium, 1896- 1977; Lothar Scholz, Tile Artist; Rustem Pasha Mosque, Istanbul £6.00 Buy
No.33 Autumn 1996: Tiles on the Veldt: a Pioneering South African Ceramics Enterprise; Training for Design and the Decline of Maw & Co; English Moulds for Relief Tiles of the Fabrica de Louca de Sacavem, Portugal; Arthur Maw at Home; Biblical Scenes on Dutch Wall Tiles;A Tile Factory in Central Asia; £6.00 Buy
No.32 Spring 1996: Tiles and Mosaic in Darmstadt, An interview with Jonathan Horne; An Original Obituary for Herbert Minton with a list of churches he endowed; The Medieval tiles of Carew Cheriton Church, Pembrokeshire;Back Chat 23; Encaustic Revival £6.00 Buy
No.31 Autumn 1995: A Discovery of Henry Mercer’s Tiles in the British Museum; Porcelain Slabs for Fireplaces; Biblical Tiles in Utrecht; Designs for Tiles by Samuel Wright; The Pewabic Pottery Detroit £6.00 Buy
No.30 Spring 1995: Tiles at Marly-le- Roi; Tile Panels Stolen from St Thomas’s Hospital; Tiles as Unique Commemoratives; John Windsor Bradburn – Designer and Modeller, Maw & Co; INDEX to issues 17 to 29 + Journals 3 to 5 £6.00 Buy
No.29 Autumn 1994: A Screen- Printed Joseph Roelants Design; The Procession of Princes in Dresden, At the Sign of ‘the Porcelain Bottle;’ The De Bloempot Tile Factory Sign in Rotterdam; 400 Years of Tichelaar in Makkum, The Mary Erskine School Tile Panels; Back Chat 22 £6.00 Buy
No.28 Spring 1994: Cartoon Characters on Tiles; Obituary: Kenneth Beaulah: Glas Tiles; Tiles in Cairo; Tiles at Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds; Chamberlain Floor Tiles at Slebech, Church, Wales; Back Chat 21 £6.00 Buy
No.27 Winter 1993: A Newly Recognised Doulton Interior, Manchester; An interview with Jan Pluis; Tracking Terracotta in Toronto; Doulton Panels from the Premises of Townsend & Co, Newcastle- upon- Tyne; Russian Tiles by Mikhail Vrubel; Hispano Moresque Tiles in Paintings by Jan van Eyck; Back Chat 20 £6.00 Buy
No.26 Spring 1993: Hospital Tile Pictures – an update; Minton/Pugin Tiles at Chirk Castle, Clwyd; The Tile Work of Ernest Batchelder; Tiles in Istanbul, Turkey, Cuenca Tiles and Frederick Garrard; Back Chat 19 £6.00 Buy
No.25 Winter 1992: 1930s Animal Tiles at London Zoo; Dutch Tiles in The Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh; Recent Discoveries of Medieval Tiles from Worcester; An interview with Elizabeth Eames; Spanish Flavour in Church Tiles; Back Chat 18; Burmantofts Tiles £6.00 Buy
No.24 Spring 1992: Decorating a Revival (Terracotta); The Future of Tiling Schemes in Pubs, Shops and Railway Stations; Tiled Fireplaces – The Falkirk Museum Collection; Some Unusual Tiles at Bredon, Oxenton and Tredington; Back Chat 17 £6.00 Buy
No.23 Winter 1991: Fired Earth: the TACS Exhibition; The Society 1980-1991; An interview with Terence Lockett; Chat Back an interview with Peter Clegg; Jackfield Encaustic Tile Works; Cartlidge Photographic Technique Exposed?; Hall’s Patent Hanging Tiles, The Watcombe Terra Cotta Clay Co £6.00 Buy
No.22 Spring 1991: An interview with Kenneth Beaulah; Delftware Tiles at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh; Hand-made Manufacture of Terracotta Chimney Pots; Packard & Ord: an interview with Kathleen Coote; Maw & Co, Conway & Co & the Pubs of Manchester; Prior Crauderi s Chapel, Ely Cathedral; Back Chat 16 £6.00 Buy
No.21 Winter 1990: Dutch Tiles in the Castles of Brandenburg, Prussia; Boulenger Encaustic Tiles at Auneuil, France; A B Harris & Sons, Farnham Pottery; Lancaster Architects – Church Terracotta and Tiles; David Skelton TilesBack Chat 15 £6.00 Buy
No.20 Spring 1990: An interview with Rosalind Ord; Sneinton (tiled porches); The White Hart, Poole; Soccer Tile Panel; An interview with Richard Dennis; Back Chat 14 £6.00 Buy
No.19 Winter 1989; Book Illustrators on tiles, 2: Randolph Caldecott; Medieval Floor Tiles from Sandwell Priory; Housing the Collection; tile display; Obliterating Butterfield; Tile Mosaics, Lahore Fort; Tile Organisations Abroad; Back Chat 13 £6.00 Buy
No.18 Spring 1989: Church Tiles at Lichfield and Ashbourne; Voysey ‘Demon’; Tiles in Legal London; Hand painted Tiles for Surface decoration; Book Illustrators on Tiles: 1: The Works of Charles Dickens; Tiles in India; Restoration of Royal Arcade, Norwich; Back Chat 12; FULL INDEX to issues 1 to 16 and Journals 1 & 2 £6.00 Buy
No.17 Autumn 1988: George Henry Grundy and his Photo- Decorated Tiles; RMS Queen Mary, Longbeach, California; St Thomas’s Hospital Tile Panels Saved; An Unrecorded Border on English Delftware Tiles; Packard & Ord, Marlborough Tiles, Copeland & Garrett Tiles; 20th C Tiles: Theo van Doesburg; Back Chat 11; SPECIAL FEATURE: Techniques Used in Tile Decoration £6.00 Buy
No.16 Spring/Summer 1988: Portuguese Tiles by Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro; Poisonous Tiles; Victorian Line Impressed Tiles; Back Chat 10; SPECIAL FEATURE; Guidelines for the Protection and Conservation of Tiles £6.00 Buy
No.15 Winter 1987: Trade Tiles: W H Smith; Carter’s Fishmongers Panel; Sunlight Chambers, Dublin; 20th C Tiles: Bart van der Leck; Purbeck Decorative Tile Co; Atkinson Grimshaw; Encaustic Facade; Zanesville, Ohio, II; Back Chat 9; SPECIAL FEATURE: Henry Chapman Mercer, American Tile Maker £6.00 Buy
No.14 Spring/Summer 1987: Advertising Tiles; British Tiles in India; Tiles at the V& A; Romano Bitish Flue Tiles; Atkinson Grimshaw & Tiles; Wall Tiles in Churches; St John the Evangelist Church, Rhosymedre, Clwyd & J C Edwards; FULL INDEX to issues 1 to 13 £6.00 Buy
No.13 Autumn 1986: Peggy Angus/Diana Hall; Art Designs on Medieval Tiles; Albert Wright, Tile Designer; Working Conditions in the Victorian Tile Industry; Ravesteijn Tile Panels; Encaustic Tiles at Blackfriars Priory, Cardiff; Back Chat 8; Tiles in Portugal; A Maw & Co Die for Dust- pressing Tiles; The Broseley Brick & Tile Manufacturers Association £6.00 Buy
No.12 Summer 1986: Doultori s St Pancras Housing Tiles etc; Fireplace Tiles; Friends of Terra Cotta (USA); Back Chat 7; Chamberlain Trade Tile, New Tiles & Mosaics in London Underground Stations; Medmenham Pottery & Conrad Dressler; Terracotta Renovation at the Natural History Museum; Gaudi in Barcelona £6.00 Buy
No.11 Winter 1985: Sheffield Butchers Shop Rescued; ‘Farrago’ Listed; J Moyr Smith; A Copeland Encaustic?; Back Chat 6; Medmenham Pottery; Zanesville, Ohio I; Doulton Fountain Hunt; Flemish Inlaid Tiles; B R and Tiles; St Osmund’s Church Parkstone, Poole, Dorset; Ugly Bird Tiles by Malkin Edge; Minton US Export Tiles; Minton Butcher Shop Tiles £6.00 Buy
No.10 Summer 1985: A Chinese Screen; American Tiles, Nursery Rhyme Tiles; A Copeland Myth?; Back Chat 5; Slater’s Patent; Marsden’s Patent; Early Encaustics in Bristol; Lustre Tiles; Maw’s Anglo Persian; Words in Building Ceramics; T & R Boote American Tiles; Lowestoft Tile Panels; John Piper Tiles, Wileman & Co; Copeland’s Yorkshire Rivals contd; Terracotta for Today; Bricklayer’s Strike at Doultons; Napoleonic Tiles at Chiselhurst £6.00 Buy
No.9 Spring 1985: Owen Gibbons Fireplace; Hospital Tiles; Tiles in the Loire Valley; All Saints, Margaret Street, London; Back Chat 4; Tile Designers and Plagiarism; Robert Minton Taylor (Contemporary Report); Tile Making at Minton, 1848; Albert Slater Tiles; J Moyr Smith; Doulton in Dunedin, NZ; Sherwin & Cotton Mini Tiles; Turkey Cafe, Leicester £6.00 Buy
No.7/8 Summer/ Autumn 1984: Pugiris Ceramic Stove for the Great Exhibition; Early Terracotta; Back Chat 3; Titchfield Abbey; A Source of Victorian Tile Designs; Hackney Empire Inquiry; Sunday School Tiles the Answer?; Picture Tiles; Holland, Son and Holt; Medmenham Pottery; Minton Encaustics at the Temple Church; Art Deco Mosaics; Halls Patent Tiles; Hand Painted Minton Tiles; Tiles in Poole; E J G Evans; Copeland’s Yorkshire Rivals?; William Wood & Co; Moyr Smith ‘One offs’; Early Minton Floor Tile Layout £6.00 Buy
No.6 Spring 1984: Moyr Smith Discovery; Medmenham Pottery; Encaustic Questions, American Tiles, Davies of Newcastle; Queen Alexandra’s House (Doulton Panels); Back Chat 2; Picture Tiles; Copeland ‘Italian’ Tiles; Attributed to Copeland (actually Wedgwood); Ripon Tile Panel Rescue £6.00 Buy
No.5 Summer 1983: Postman’s Park Memorial Tiles; Burmantoft’s Marmo; Sunday School Tiles; Doulton Tiled Sign; W B Simpson; Picture Tiles; The Watts Chapel; Back Chat 1 (Tile Backs); Frank Matcham Theatres; Carter Tile Panel £6.00 Out-of-Print
No.4 Spring 1983: Encaustic Questions; Medieval Tiles Seminar Report; Terracotta for Today; Victorian ‘Delft’; Tile Museums in Holland; W B Simpson & Sons; Layer Marney Tower; De Morgan Discovery; French Tiles; Picture Tiles £6.00 Buy
No.3 Summer 1982: Portsmouth Pub Tile Panel; The Vyne Chapel; Hospital Tiles; Medmenham Tiles, Danesfield House; Indestructable Terracotta – Cinemas etc; London Underground Tiles, 1880 Prices for Maw’s Tiles, Brown, Westhead Moore & Co Tiles; Tile designs by Owen Gibbons; a Malkin Edge Tile; Ravenscroft’s Patent Lockback £6.00 Buy
No.2 Autumn/Winter 1981: Wightwick Manor, Foreign Travellers in Potteries and Tileries; Jackson Bros; Webb & Co, Leeds; Della Robbia Pottery, Birkenhead, 1894-1906; Picture Tiles; In defence of the Printed Tile; Ceramics on the Wing; Tile Patents; Tile Registration Research; Mansfield Bros; London Agent for Dutch Tiles £6.00 Buy
No.1 Summer 1981: Was William Wise a Plagiarist?; William Morris Tile Survey; Yorkshire Church Tile Survey; Tiled Dairy Rescued; The Barton Arms Restored; Wanted: Evatt, Coalville; Tiles & W H Smith; News from Holland; Picture Tiles, Natural History under threat; Ironbridge Rescue for Ealing Tiles (Photocopies only) £6.00 Buy