Over 500 individual designs are catalogued, many on tiles in the Museum of London. Earlier, multicoloured floor tiles have a wide range of decoration, including floral and geometric patterns, and designs with flowers, fruit and animals. Landscape and biblical scenes were popular subjects on later, blue and purple on white wall tiles, along with flowers, birds, ships, military figures and mythological scenes.
In London 14 tin glaze pothouses are known to have manufactured tiles alongside tin-glazed pottery. Other tiles can be linked with individual production sites in Spain, Belgium (Flanders) and the Netherlands. Over 40 locations in the Greater London area are known to have had wall tiles; these sites are listed and tiles from over 20 are illustrated.