Reclaimed white glazed bricks salvaged from a lakeland gentlemans residence built in 1897.
These glazed white bricks were manufactured by "Messrs. Cliff and Sons, of Wortley, near Leeds: This firm is also extensively known as makers of sanitary ware, and holds a high position in the market for this work, the specimens shown being of a decidedly superior character." (The Sanitary Record: A Monthly Journal of Public Health and the Progress of Sanitary Science (LONDON, 1881-1882)
Dimensions: 9" x 2 3/4" (with the usual minor variations)
A great looking reclaimed brick that would be ideal for use in a bathroom, kitchen or larder.Perfect provenance and a very high quality product that is as good now as it was 120 years ago.