Spanish Pottery & Tile: Bird About To Be Clubbed by a Man Tile Ashtray A056

Another great tile from the Spanish Pottery & Tile Company, depicting a man and a bird, such as can be seen at the legendary Scotty's Castle in Death Valley. The motif of this tile ashtray is one actually found at the Castle. Call for pricing.

Spanish Pottery & Tile Desert Scene Tile Top Table F275

Spanish Pottery & Tile Company, Los Angeles, CA 1920-1930.  Folk art tile top table "Desert Scene". Pretty nifty piece from my own collection. Tiles are Spanish Pottery and tile pavers. Better known for there tile installations at Scotty's Castle in Death Valley. These tiles continue on their tradition of rustic terra cotta with a heavy vivid ...

Mexican Colonial Polychrome Tin Hanging Lantern with Spanish Hook L466

A beautiful turn of the century polychrome hanging Mexican tin lantern with semi-frosted glass: Including wrought iron wall mount lion hook. Amazing perforated tin or steel details almost all complete and ready to use. Once powered by paraffin, now newly wired. Interior or covered patio use only. Lantern is 24 tall x 10 deep x ...

Cal Art Bookends Spanish Courtyard CA445 SOLD

A beautiful pair of ceramic bookends depicting a Spanish Courtyard. Bookends measure 6 1/4 x  6 x 2. From its founding in 1922, James White Hislop's California Art Tile Company was known for its distinctive product's "soft" look in subtle, muted glazes that accorded so well with the California Arts and Crafts style. Sold

Spanish Royal Coat of Arms Tile in Wrought Iron Surround 1910-20s A420

A poetic version of Spain's Coat of Arms, the two pillars under the royal crown signify the Pillars Of Hercules that guard the straits of Gibraltar at the entrance to the Mediterranean (hence the water at their bases) and the first two letters on the banner, P and the Roman U written as a V, ...