Dutch brick


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Dutch brick

A hard yellow brick often used in the interior of Dutch Colonial houses; commonly laid in the floor of the fireplace hearth that extended into the room. Occasionally, this term refers to a brick having a thickness of only about 1½ inches (3.8 cm). also see klinkart.
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We move onto "colonial era" and discover old spoons and clay pipes, Dutch bricks and mugs.