Victorian Liner Tiles Half Round Mottled Pink Glaze
A collection of 14 liner tiles salvaged from a Philadelphia area row house. Each measures 1 1/2" tall, 6" wide and rise to 3/4" in thickness. They're covered in a pink, white, and brown mottled glaze. Cleaned of all mortar they're in very good condition. They look like they may have been used as a chair rail, as some tiles have spots of wear along the highest point of the curve. Unmarked, the tiles came with others from Old Bridge and Providential, so probably one of those New Jersey companies. Seven linear feet gives you enough tile for a nice project.