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  • n. Someone who makes tiles.


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  • We would want to go to the brickmaker, tilemaker and furniture carvers.

    Visiting 1st week of September

  • Same tilemaker -- but this batch was defective and I didn't catch it.

    Saltillo Tile Help

  • · Concrete moulds: extremely cheap and can be produced by the tilemaker himself;

    Chapter 4

  • Not long after, he went to the daughter who had married the tilemaker, and likewise inquired of her how she fared; she replied, "I want for nothing, and have only one wish, that the dry weather may continue, and the sun shine hot and bright, so that the bricks might be dried."


  • ` He used to live, 'the tilemaker answered,' not very far from here; and I can show you the way to the house.

    In Ghostly Japan

  • At once he left his hut, and, taking with him the pieces of the tile, hurried to the neighboring town in search of the tilemaker.

    In Ghostly Japan

  • He found the tilemaker in the course of the day, showed him the broken tile, and asked him about its history.

    In Ghostly Japan

  • When they have been read at the chateau and they send me with them to the cure, I do not say -- perhaps on my way -- it is a recreation -- and then the cure is Jean Bartou, son of Joseph Bartou, the tilemaker.

    Gerfaut — Complete

  • + cheap and can be produced by the tilemaker himself;

    Chapter 3

  • "After having carefully examined the shards, the tilemaker said:

    In Ghostly Japan


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