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Tiles at St. John the Baptist, Latton, Wiltshire



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The history leaflet informs us that the 'patterned tiles around the Sanctuary are a signature of Butterfield's work, which, instead of stone, often used the alternative textures and colours of other natural materials such as constrasting clays for tiles and bricks.'  William Butterfield was a successful architect who was responsible for some of the alterations to the church, completed by 1861.

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