Medmenham Tiny Border Tile

On November 8, 2013, in Field Tiles, Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham, England 1898-1905 We have a large quantity of this glossy green antique border tile.  Made by Medmenham and can be used in a number of ways, with or without their other tiles in an installation.   Purchased from an old tile setters estate.  View our other Medmenham listings for ideas and feel free to […]

Medmenham Antique Field Tiles

On November 6, 2013, in Field Tiles, Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham, England   1898-1905 Beautifully executed field tiles have a simple ribbon-like border and decorated corners.  The glossy glaze has large crazing lines on some of the tiles.  These can be combined with our other Medmenham tiles to create an outstanding installation.   Also see our separate listing for the green borders that work well […]

Medmenham Antique Floral Tile

On October 24, 2012, in Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham Tiles, England 1898-1905 Here is a very old tile, over 107 years old, from Medmenham.   Conrad Dressler studied at the Royal College of Art and was later influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement.   Here is  a lovely example of his work.  This tile has five glossy glazes with raised lines separating […]

Medmenham Topiary Panel

On February 24, 2012, in Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham Pottery, Marlow Common, Buckinghamshire, England  1898-1906 This circa 1900 raised line 7-tile panel is an outstanding and rare example from the Medmenham Pottery.   Would look great as part of a fireplace surround.  Founded by Conrad Dressler, the acclaimed sculptor, potter and influential proponent of the Arts & Crafts movement, this small art pottery […]

Medmenham Antique Tree Tile

On February 23, 2012, in Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham Pottery, Marlow Common, Buckinghamshire, England 1898-1906 Established by a German-born sculptor, Conrad Dressler, Medmenham manufactured high-quality, decorative tiles.   Arts and Crafts styling is evident in this wonderful example of their work.  Raised lines separate the glossy glazes and the tree’s roots extend to the edges, so that when combined with more of the […]

Medmenham Antique Tile Assortment

On February 23, 2012, in Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham Tiles, Marlow Common, Buckinghamshire, England   1898-1906 The Medmenham Pottery was established by Conrad Dressler, a German-born sculptor who had previously worked at the Della Robia Pottery in Birkenhead.  They made a variety of tiles which were mainly intended to work together to create architectural panels and schemes.   We are thrilled to have […]

Medmenham Arts & Crafts Foliate Tile

On September 21, 2011, in Foreign Tiles, by nancy

Medmenham Pottery, Marlow Common, Buckinghamshire, England   1898-1906 This circa 1900 raised-line tile is a rare and beautiful example from the Medmenham Pottery.  Founded by Conrad Dressler, the acclaimed sculptor, potter and influential proponent of the Arts & Crafts movement, this small art pottery employed local labor to produce superlative, hand-crafted tiles that were highly […]