|Date:||1888 - 1897|
|Category:||Ceramic, Tile Panel, Tin-glazed Earthenware, and Ceramics Highlights|
|Dimensions:||Width 518 mm, Height 1283 mm, Depth 48 mm|
|Inscriptions:||Pottery Mark: Early Fulham Period Impressed mark: '(k)'. On reverse of tile: 'Wm De Morgan & Co. Sands End Pottery Fulham'|
Framed tile panel consisting of a 8 x 3 section of polychrome tiles with scarlett macaws and blue fronted amazon parrots in a vine with grapes and leaves. Originally the tiles formed a large fire screen however it was damaged in the Bourlet’s fire in 1991 and broken into 60 fragments. The panel was conserved and reassembled from broken tiles in 2012
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