Mexican Rugerio Six Tile Wall Plaque M223

Rugerio six 5.5" square Tile Wall Plaque circa 1940s Man and Woman in Love. Antique Rugerio Signed Mexican Pottery Tile Uriarte Call for pricing. We ship using UPS and Priority Mail, but for larger pieces we employ two freight companies we have found to be careful, cost effective and timely in delivery. We also ship worldwide, and for ...

Winfield Pottery – Gabriel Porcelain Pottery Set of Eight Cups & Saucers CA437 SOLD

Winfield Pottery was founded in Pasadena in 1929 by Leslie Winfield Sample. With just one kiln he produced a line of distinctive art pottery and in the evenings ran the "School of Clayworking." In 1935 Winfield Pottery moved to a larger Pasadena facility and designer Margaret Mears Gabriel joined the company. Square-shaped dinnerware, the first made in ...

Keystone “Packard” Full-cab 1920’s Toy Dump Truck SOLD A487

A excellent example and true survivor of a 1920's Pressed Steel Keystone Packard style Dump Truck. It weighs approx. 12 to 13 lbs. measures 27" long, 8.5" wide and about 11" high. Keystone "Packard" Full-cab toy dump truck with cowl headlights with dump crank in the front. Perforated grill and screw in radiator cap. Fully restored. $750.

Substantial Cast Aluminum Caduceus from The American Bronze Craft Co.SOLD A485

The grandest of the three Caduceus, cast in aluminum from The American Bronze Craft Company. Caduceus measures 83 1/2" x 15" x 2". With a rich tradition of craftsmanship and service, American Bronze Craft has been producing quality bronze products for over 50 years. Originally called Judsonia Bronze, our foundry was established in 1954 with a focus on ...

Sand Casting Flask (Wooden Mold Box) for an Aluminum Caduceus A483

An original wooden sand casting "flask" for a caduceus, that classic design of two serpents entwined on a staff. The caduceus was the insignia of the healing arts since the time of Aesculapius, and is often used as signage for a doctor's office or hospital. This wooden mold box came from an aluminum foundry. With ...

Malibu Pottery 8″ Round Tile CA167

Malibu Potteries, Malibu, CA  1926-1932 Malibu Potteries produced ceramic tile for a brief period in the history of a craft which began thousands of years ago.  The background of the pottery involves several major factors:  The history of the Rindge family and their Malibu Ranch, the architecture and economy of the 1920-1930′s, and the ceramics wizard ...

Malibu Black & Yellow Tile Trivet CA087

Malibu Trivet in a great contrasting Yellow & Black. Call for pricing. We ship using UPS and Priority Mail, but for larger pieces we employ two freight companies we have found to be careful, cost effective and timely in delivery. We also ship worldwide, and for those transactions we require wire transfers. Please feel free to enquire ...