Wanted

We’re always looking to acquire something new.

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Got items laying around that just don’t quite fit, or you’re tired of storing unused items. Get in touch with us, we can help. We’re always looking for the following types of items.

Early to classic period Monterey and Coronado items

We have an interest in anything unusual pertaining to the early California period (1910 to 1940). Including, but not limited to; club chairs, wing back chairs, buckaroo chairs and couches, corner hutches, tile side boards, old metal lamps, hanging fixtures, couches, prohibition bars, and Juan Inoche paintings.

 

Catalina Island Pottery

Any and all oil jars, tile tables, painted plates, glazed and decorated plates, or novelty ashtrays. We will buy single items and collections alike

 

Bauer Pottery

 Oil jars, complete dinnerware sets, Matt Carlton and unusual Fred Johnson floor vases.

 

 

Tiles and Tile Tables

Any and all D&M tiles, Malibu tiles, Taylor tiles, and tile scenes. Including but not limited to; birds, Spanish dancers, Claycraft tile scenes, Batchhelder tiles, single tiles, and complete tile fireplaces.

 

 

Mexicana

Wanted black hand painted pottery, large Spanish Colonial sideboards, Tiaquepaque Pottery, Tonala’, Night, and Fantasia.

Miscellaneous California Pottery

We’re always looking for Wallace Pottery, Winfield, Barbara Willis, Garden City, Tudor Pottery, Hillside Concrete tiled ware, Shard Ware Garden Pottery, Pacific Pottery, Gladding McBean, and oil jars of any shape and form.

Fine Art

Any and all WPA style paintings, old industry style watercolors and oil paintings. Also excited to find figural, Spanish, Mexican, Cowboy and Indian themes, Tillman Goodman, Watchel’s, Peinaire, abstract, folk art, and fine art.

Collections and Estate sales

We have the ability to broker the sale of your entire collections or estates on your behalf. We also buy entire collections. Call and ask for Eric to get more information.

 

 

 

Images below are a great representation of the items we’re after.