I'll use these tiles up, OK?

      The facade of a Victorian artisan's cottage and you can almost hear the bricklayer asking if he can use up these few tiles because he's had an idea.
      Never mind though, Belmont House is a bit quirky with another row of tiles between the bay windows and we love that too. The letterform on the shield might be a little austere but it's still there as a testament to the stonemason's skill and choice of stone; good work on the part of the mason.
      Perhaps they couldn't afford a fancier and more ornate typeface having blown the budget on the tiles.