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Bestiary Tiles: Medieval Dogs

Medieval and mythic themes were popular with William Morris and his circle.I have three sets of bestiary tiles: Medieval Dogs, Medieval Cats, and Dragons.You can mix and match from any of the sets.More tiles are added to these sets as time goes by.

Medieval Dogs

Dogs are the magicians of the universe. ~Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Three dogs from a Book of Hours, France, c1500. Medieval dog treating a cat for melancholy. Medieval dog eating a bone, Book of Hours 1350. Hounds from Luttrell Psalter. Medieval dog doing what dogs do. Dog playing a cat bagpipe, from The Funeral of Renard the Fox. Dog from Persian encaustic tile, 11th century. Dog in a suit of armor. Three brackers, hunting. Early medieval dog begging. Canis major star map. Canis minor star map. Ninth century illustration of Sirius. from the Araeta, France. Dancing greyhounds, 15th century. Green hunting dog. Dog from the coat of arms of Henry VII. Dog from Gorelston Psalter, 1310. Dogs braying in the hunt. Dogheaded hunter

From top left: Three medieval dogs from a French Book of Hours c.1500, medieval dog treating a cat for melancholy with a potion (probably milk thistle), medieval dog eating a bone from French Book of Hours c.1350, a pair of hounds from the Luttrell Psalter, dog playing a cat bagpipe from The Funeral of Renard the Fox c.1300, dog from encaustic Persian tile 1115, dog in a suit of armor early renaissance, three brackers c.1400, early medieval dog begging, Canis Major star map, Canis Minor star map, Ninth century illustration of Sirius from The Araeta France, two dancing greyhounds 1485, sad green hunting hound, dog from the coat of arms of Henry VII, Gorelston Psalter dog 1310, dogs braying at the hunt, dogheaded hunter.

Tile Specifications

Title: Medieval Dogs

Tile: Tumbled Botticino marble

Size: 6 inch square tiles (15.4 cm)

Thickness: 3/8 inch (1 cm)

Weight: 22 ounces (.62 kg) each tile

*Also available in 4 inch tiles

Pricing

Per Medieval Pet: $77

Prices do not include shipping costs.

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Quick Order Medieval Pets

You can quick order medieval pets.Bestiary tiles usually ship fairly quickly. Here's how to order:

  • Order bestiary tiles After you've checked out, you'll be redirected to a message page where you can tell me which medieval pets you are adopting, ask any questions you might have, and tell me about your project. I will send you an email to confirm your order.

This only works for the US and Canada. For other countries, contact me so I can give you a shipping estimate.

Legend

Bestiary Dogs

  1. Three medieval dogs from a French Book of Hours c.1500,

  2. Medieval dog treating a cat for melancholy

  3. Nedieval dog eating a bone from French Book of Hours c.1350,

  4. Pair of hounds from the Luttrell Psalter,

  5. Medieval dog doing what dogs do,

  6. Dog playing a cat bagpipe from The Funeral of Renard the Fox c.1300,

  7. Dog from encaustic Persian tile 1115,

  8. Dog in a suit of armor early renaissance,

  9. Three brackers c.1400,

  10. Early medieval dog begging, Canis Major star map,

  11. Canis Minor star map,

  12. Ninth century illustration of Sirius from The Araeta France,

  13. Two dancing greyhounds 1485,

  14. Sad green hunting hound,

  15. Dog from the coat of arms of Henry VII,

  16. Gorelston Psalter dog 1310,

  17. Dogs braying at the hunt,

  18. Dogheaded hunter.