2" Hexigonal Tile

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2" Hexigonal Tile

Postby HistoryDiver on Thu Dec 20, 2018 5:19 pm

Hello All, This new guy on the block is trying to find out the manufacturer of a certain 2", white, hex tile. I have found it on two historic structures, in both cases, used as floor tiles, and am attempting to tie the two together, historically speaking.
As I've said, the tile is 2" maximum dimension (point to point), 1-3/4" flat to flat, and 1" across the flat. It is white ceramic with ribs on the bottom and a shield-like symbol for the manufacturer logo. If anybody out there can help identify this manufacturer, PLEASE help. Thank you.
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