Tile kiln

a kiln in which tiles are burnt; a tilery.

See also: Tile

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This refers to the discovery of the medieval tile kilns on the estate in 1911.
Despite the fact that no tile kilns have been found, fabric analysis shows that there was most likely a central tilery in the southern central Weald, and interestingly tiles were 'swopped' across the channel between Boulogne, the principal base, and the English coast.
And, over the last ten years, archaeologists from Istanbul have excavated the remnants of of several tile kilns.