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Removal of Medieval wall tiles

The wall, (shown in the images below) was to be dismantled in order to build a toilet block within the Church, but first the 14th century tiles had to be removed. 

 It was a very delicate operation and eventually the tiles were removed successfully. They were then delivered to an experienced ceramics conservator in London, who removed all of the cement and restored them to their former glory. The tiles will eventually be presented in a case inside the church and we look forward to seeing that!

The Jackfield conservation studio (, wrote a report for the church about the tiles and recommended that removal should be carried out by an “experienced stone conservator”, we were honoured to be tasked with the job.

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