We saw this painted on a Tudor house beam in Shrewsbury Museum – “Plentie and Grace be to this Place”. It had originally been found in a 17th century manor house in the Midlands. Our ancestors often incorporated a benediction or blessing into their houses and this permanent medium of high-fired terracotta makes it possible for us to do so again today. The text is set into a richly detailed frame surmounted by a little angel’s head, based on a 17th century cartouche. 'Plenty & Grace be to this Place' adds a lovely sentiment to the entrance of any home and makes the perfect house warming present.
Fixing Points: two holes at the top of the tile
Dimensions: 4.0" x 4.1" (10.2cm x 10.5cm)
Made in Bath, England by Black Dog Decorative Tiles (https://www.blackdogtiles.com)
Please Allow 3-4 Weeks For Delivery