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Lavender was introduced to Britain by the Romans who used to bathe in lavender scented water. Since classical times, the plant has always been highly valued due to its healing and soothing properties. With its inimitable scent and medicinal properties, it is not surprising that it was often found in monastery gardens. Lavender is still used today to relieve headaches and to induce sleep. This intricate design is based on an engraving by Petrus Matthiolus of Venice, which was published in a book of herbals in 1565. The tile makes a pretty and unusual gift.
Fixing Points: Two holes: well disguised towards top of tile just under the flowers
Dimensions: 10cm x 11.5cm