“Reeves” Metal Sign AP656

“Reeves” Metal Sign. 4.5″ x 8.5″, price upon request.

Lincoln Electric-Incubator Brass Sign AP653

Brass sign for a Lincoln Electric-Incubator by the Lincoln Manufacturing Co. in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 3″ x 7.5″, price upon request.

Elk Point Fire Department Sign AP651

Super sweet vintage fire department sign from Elk Point, South Dakota.  Measures 12″ x 4.5.” Price upon request.

Otto Coke “The Ideal Fuel” Tin Sign AP560

Back when “no smoke” and “less ash” proved selling points in regards to fuel.  Otto Coke was an impressively large fuel plant located in Hamilton, Ohio in the beginning of the 20th century. 12″ x 18″. Price upon request.


Sascha Brastoff Tray “Fiesta Pools” A1253

Fabulous tray from Sascha Brastoff, designed for Fiesta Pools. Midcentury Palm Springs, commercial signature. See all photos, some discoloration. 15.5 square.

Every Brastoff piece that comes into our hands only increases our admiration for this protean mid-century artist and designer.

Sascha Brastoff (1918-1993) was one of the great Los Angeles characters, flamboyant, prodigiously gifted and absolutely fearless.

Price on request.

Spanish Revival Server F1437

A Spanish Revival Server/cabinet/buffet from the Grand Rapids Company. Fabulous detailing.

Price on request.

David Segel: Still Life P1489

David Segal abstract still life. Oil on canvas, framed. 30w x 22.5h.

Price on request.

David Segel (1921-2005) was an internationally acclaimed and respected artist. After studying at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and the Art Institute of Chicago, David moved to Paris to work and teach, and began what would be a prolific career.

He has been shown in galleries from Paris, France, to Los Angeles, California, including the Whitney Museum in New York City.

His passion for art surfaced in a collection of mediums: Oils, bronze and wood sculptures, and dramatic sketches. Over the years, countless art lovers have added Segel’s work to their collections, including Stevie Nicks, Barbra Streisand, and the Whitney Museum itself.

Hollywood Regency Settees, pair c. 1950 F1436

Just like a Sunday afternoon on the patio at Joan Crawford’s back in the day. Now it can be yours, all weekend long. Pair of cast aluminum Hollywood Regency style settees from around 1950. Each 60 x 34 x 18.

Price on request.

Rare Catalina Island Pottery Charger With Painted Seaplane By Chase C456

Rare Catalina Island Pottery Black Charger with an illustration of a pale blue sea plane by Chase. Excellent condition, beautiful piece.

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Spanish Pottery And Tile End Table With Rare Peacock CA630

Beautiful Spanish Tile End Table with rare peacock design. You can see more of these tiles in the famous Scotties Castle in Death Valley. A rare example of a Tile works being created just to make and design tile by the Famed Architect and designer who did the castle. Although later tiles that were uses were designed by other companies. Most of the interior tiles are made by Spanish Pottery and tile . 13.5″ x 13.5″ x 20″

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D & M Tile Plaque Spanish Floral Arrangement Rare CA629

D & M Tile Plaque with the super sweet Spanish style image of a floral arrangement. In Great condition Just recently saved from a Tear down in Riverside. Circa 1927 Rare.

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72 Tile D & M Tile Hispano Moresque Side Table CA628

Gorgeous side table featuring 72 D & M or Hispano Moresque tiles.  Excellent condition. Original Wrought Iron Base In a private Collection. Only a nick to one tile. Amazing condition and brilliant color.31″x 50″x25″

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Pre-War African Mask A1251

Here’s a pre-WWII African mask from an old Pasadena collection. Painted wood. Great patina.

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Pacific Hostess Tumblers in Apache Red RARE CA627

Pacific Hostess Tumblers in Apache Red, a pair. These are an early rare form from 1933. Super.

Price on request.