St. George’s Hall, Liverpool, is regarded as one of the finest Neo-Classical buildings in the world. When constructed in the 1850s, the intricate encaustic tiled floor was the largest Minton pavement in the world at over 30,000 individual pieces. Today, the tiled floor is undergoing major restoration; the first stage of which has been successfully completed. The complexity of the original Minton design makes this project one of the most exacting ever undertaken by specialist UK-based tile manufacturer Craven Dunnill Jackfield.
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