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Frost-Proof Terracotta Tiles for Hanging Inside or Out

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Our frost-proof terracotta tiles can be hung inside or outside. Some have one hanging slot/hole to the back, others have two.

ref: 93874 - Love of Music - 'If music be the food of love play on’ is Duke Orsino’s opening line at the beginning of Shakespeare’s comedy play ‘Twelfth Night’. These four characterful musicians are based on medieval stone carvings found in Beverley Minster in Yorkshire. From top right and going clockwise the men are playing: a lute, two horns, a hurdy-gurdy and a tambourine. Let the music play! Measures: 4x4".

ref:93875 - Fine Cat - Samuel Johnson (1709-84), compiler of the first English Dictionary, was not only a writer and critic, but also a renowned and witty conversationalist. Referring to his beloved cat Hodge, Dr Johnson is believed to have said “...but he is a very fine cat indeed...” This phrase has been adapted so that fine cats everywhere can be acknowledged. On this decorative wall tile, a fine and splendid cat is shown on an especially ornate baroque backing. What better present for a cat lover? Measures: 4x4".

ref:93876 - Fine Dog - Samuel Johnson (1709-84), compiler of the first English Dictionary was devoted to his cat Hodge and is believed to have said “...but he is a very fine cat indeed...” We would like to think that should he have owned a dog, Dr Johnson might well have said “Here lives a very fine dog indeed”. On this decorative wall tile, a proud dog is shown on an ornate baroque background, representing all dogs great and small. This popular wall tile makes an ideal gift for dog lovers everywhere. Measures: 4x4".

ref:93877 - Lucky Carp - This tile could be seen as a meeting of East and West. In Chinese culture, statues and pictures of the koi or carp fish are thought to bring good fortune: wealth, prosperity and luck to the home or business. In Japan, koi means love or affection and so is a symbol of love and friendship. The classical Roman poet Horace wrote in his lyric poem the famous phrase ‘Carpe Diem’. This phrase is usually translated as ‘seize the day’ and has been absorbed into our everyday language. Measures: 4x4".

ref:93878 - Breton Prayer - The Breton fisherman's prayer has turned up in various forms in many parts of the world and this particular version comes from Brittany in Northern France. This decorative tile shows a small fishing boat alone in the middle of the deep sea: seagulls fly beside awaiting the catch. The prayer “Dear Lord be good to me the sea is so large and our boat is so small” expresses the thoughts of lonely sailors out at sea, but perhaps also speaks for all of us when faced with the many problems of our lives. An unusual gift for fishermen, sailors or anyone connected to the sea. Measures: 4x4".

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