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.
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A wonderfully rare piece of old California tile. This wall tile, or ashtray stand measures 6 x 6. Made by the Spanish Pottery & Tile Company during the late 1920s. Most of their production can be found at Scotty's Castle in Death Valley. Many feel that this particular pottery was set up to just make ...
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 ...
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 ...
We have one left of the pictured pair of these hand wrought iron Spanish Revival cage ceiling light fixtures. Fixture measures 8" to ceiling mount and 6 1/2" diameter. Ideal for a nook or entryway.
Beautiful wrought iron scroll work contrasts excitingly with the more rugged feel of the ring and the other components, making this a particularly appealing piece. Chandelier measures approximately 18" tall x 16" diameter, plus 12" chain.
Regardless of its style (impeccable), the simplicity, elegance and high workmanship of this wrought-iron chandelier makes it a fit in any room. Measures approximately 16" tall x 16" diameter, plus 12" chain.
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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.
Wonderful Spanish Revival / Early California oil on canvas. Circa 1927 in the original frame. Faint signature at lower left in red: Most likely signature was cleaned right off. Wonderful thick palette. Art measures 18 x 20. Framed 21" x 24".
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, ...