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Minton Hollins & Co., Stoke, Staffordshire

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Originally the dust-pressed tile making division of Minton and Co, from 1840 to 1868. Following the court case which split up the company, Minton Hollins continued as a separate company in new premises at Stoke designed by Charles Lynam, known as the Patent Tile Works. Used the name Minton and Co for encaustic tiles and, after c1920, for all tile production.

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/assets/userfiles/thumbnail/ig0644.jpg ObjectMinton Hollins and Co Sunflower design
Minton Hollins and Co transfer printed dust-pressed tile, a sunflower in an elaborate border. Printed in monochrome, probably designed by John Windsor Bradburn, 6" square, c1880
/assets/userfiles/thumbnail/ig0674.jpg ObjectMinton, Hollins and Co acanthus border design
Minton Hollins and Co transfer printed dust-pressed tile, border design of acanthus leaves in an elaborate border. Printed in monochrome. 6" tile, c1880.
/assets/userfiles/thumbnail/ig0769.jpg ObjectMinton, Hollins and Co, Art Nouveau floral design
Minton, Hollins and Co relief moulded dust-pressed tile, Art Nouveau stylised floral design, polychrome glazed, 6" x 3", c1910
/assets/userfiles/thumbnail/ig0704.jpg ObjectMinton, Hollins and Co, six quatrefoils with fleur de lys within floet borders
Minton, Hollins and Co block printed dust-pressed tile with two rows of three quatrefoils with fleur de lys terminals, within narrow border of florets and dots, 8" square, c1880
/assets/userfiles/thumbnail/ig0770.jpg ObjectMinton, Hollins and Co, Vertical Art Nouveau flower design
Minton, Hollins and Co tube-lined dust-pressed tile, vertical Art Nouveau stylised floral design, polychrome glazed, 6" x 3", c1910
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