# mathematical tiles

**mathematical tiles.** Small facing-tiles designed to look like brick headers with joints, used to clad timber-framed fronts to give the appearance of top-quality brickwork. Excellent C18 examples abound in Lewes, Sussex. Stretcher-like tiles are also found.

Bibliography

Brunskill (1990)

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