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Central Wolverhampton:-  
*Royal London Insurance Building, Lichfield Street Blue and buff glazed terracotta over main entrance
*The Old Post Office Building, now Wolverhampton University, Lichfield Street Buff terracotta all over the facade
*The Posada, Lichfield Street Faience on lower part of facade
Former Co-op Building, Lichfield Street 1930s white faience facade
The Viper, Lichfield Street Terracotta panels and pilasters on front facade
Offices at 52 Lichfield Street Terra cotta string courses
WV1, Berry Street Terra cotta string course
*St. Peter's Church Tiled memorial plaques on interior west wall
Civic Hall, North Street 1930s buff faience on lower ends of  return facades
The Magistrates' Courts, North Street Elaborate encaustic tile panel in entrance hall floor
*Old Synagogue, Fryer Street Terra cotta dressings on front facade
Amar House, Broad Street, corner of Fryer Street Terra cotta panels on facades.  Elaborately tiled entrance hall and staircase.
*Mecca Bingo, former Odeon, Skinner Street 1930s white, green, red and black faience on facades and tower
Victoria Street, corner of Bell Street Decorative tiles under eaves
The Hogshead, Stafford Street Elaborate terra cotta pilasters
The Drill Hall, Stafford Street Terra cotta panels on front facade
Ex-Wolverhampton University Advice Centre, Stafford Street Terra cotta panels on front facade
*Wolverhampton University Main Block, Wulfruna Street Mosaic compass rose on floor
*Central Library, Snow Hill Buff terracotta on main facades
Princess Lofts, Princess Street, corner of Berry Street Terracotta on tower and pediment to Berry Street
31 Queen Street Terracotta on shops and offices facade
19, 20, 21, Queen Street Terracotta shops and offices facade
Chapel Ash Ring Road subways 1960s mosaics
Penn Road Ring Road subways 1960s mosaics
16 Darlington Street Tiled entrance and staircase
The Milano, Darlington Street Possible terracotta features
Mount Bethel Chapel, St. George's Parade Terracotta on facade
School (now Martial Arts centre),  Tempest Street Terracotta on front and rear facades
15 Park Avenue Terracotta on the left hand side wall
The Chubb Building, Railway Street Ceramic lettering on the parapet
Outer Areas:-  
St. Bartholomew's Church, Upper Penn  
Waggon and Horses, Cannock Road Large tile panel of waggon and horses, 1950s or 1970s?
Wightwick Manor  
Goldthorn Hill Several houses with terracotta and porch tiles
Newhampton Road West Several houses with terracotta and porch tiles
*Municipal Grammar School, Newhampton Road West Elaborate brick and terracotta facades
Oaklands Road Several houses with terracotta and porch tiles
Merridale, Penn, Lea, Lonsdale, Claremont, Copthorne Roads, Park Street South, Fowler Street, Clark Road and other Victorian roads Houses with porch tiles
*The Cedars, Tettenhall Road Mosaic entrance hall
*Heath Town Baths and Library 1930s tiling to parts of interior
Former Electricity Station, Commercial Road Elaborate terracotta gable
The Clarendon, Chapel Ash Faience on lower front facade
50 & 52 Coalway Road Terra cotta on front facade
54 & 56 Coalway Road Terra cotta on front facade
Bella Restaurant, Chapel Ash, corner of Bath Road String course and small panels of terra cotta
Niphon Works, Lower Villiers Street Small terra cotta panel on elaborate factory facade
House on corner Park Road East and Park Avenue Extensive terra cotta on unusual house facade
*Tettenhall Pumping Station Plain and decorative tiles on interior walls to main hall
The Stile, Fawdry Street Glazed bricks on facade
*The Woodlands, Penn Road de Morgan tiled fireplace
*Bantock House C17/18 Dutch delft tiles
Stamford Arms, Lime Street Porch tiles and encaustic floor
Grocer's Shop, Penn Road Tiles advertisement on side wall
Houses in Clark Road Houses with terracotta features
Houses in Alexandra Road White glazed brick string course
Shops in Penn Road Terracotta gables and doorways
Two houses in Merridale Road Terracotta bands and panels
Tomb in Merridale Cemetery Tiles on Victorian tomb chest
*St. Stephens CofE School, Woden Road Terracotta name and date panels
*The Vine, Wednesfield Glazed tile name roundel
Holy Trinity Church, Heath Town Encaustic tile memorias
Arthog Cottages, Lewis Street, Bilston Terracotta window sills
Prince of Wales and houses, Queen Street, and Berold Cottages, Becket Road, Bilston Terracotta labels
22 and 24 Prouds Lane, Bilston Terracotta on house facades
Shops in Bilston High Street White terracotta facade and gables
Edge Shoe Factory, Bilston Terracotta facade and gable
Horse and Jockey, High St., Bilston Glazed bricks on facade
Job Centre, High Street, Bilston Large brick art work
*Former Tramways Offices, 34 Mount Pleasant, Bilston Buff terracotta on facade
*Former Technical School, Mount Pleasant, Bilston A riot of terra cotta on front facade and panels with high relief terra cotta busts on returns
Wellington Terrace, Becket Road, Bilston Glazed bricks in a vernacular style
*St Leonard's Church, Bilston Tile memorial plaques
Bilston Cemetery Black tiled graves
Tiled Street Name Plates: there are too many left to list. Tiled street names
Lost and gone forever:  
The Elephant and Castle, Stafford Street Elaborate glazed facades
Midland Dairy, Penn Road 1930s buff and coloured faience facades
Thanks must go to Alan Murray-Rust for his information, and suggestions for additions to this section.

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