Found by Eddie McLean in the Glasgow area.
Unidentified maker but highly likely to be of Scottish origins.
It is enamelled in white to one side.
It is stamped with a circular mark and an unknown number of raised pips or pellets – at least 7 and probably 10.
The reverse side has a double square design.
These marks are similar to the marks on two other known white clay and enamelled building bricks.
Below – Believed to be a product of Robert Brown & Son, Ferguslie Fireclay Works, Paisley, Renfrewshire. 6 +1 pips.
Below – Shawsrigg Fireclay and Enamelling Company, Larkhall, Glasgow.
Below – This was found by David Porte on the Ayrshire coast. There are 8 + 1 pips or pellets within this circle. It is uncertain whether these are raised or incised due to the water wear. No makers name is marked.