Art Deco Wrought Iron and Tile Side Table California Style Tiles

$1,795

SKU 414-TBL-076 Category Tags ,

Fabulously beautiful Art Deco wrought iron frame table with a tile top in the style of one of the California potteries or tile makers. This table is in fabulous condition apart from some small spots of missing grout and one of the frame tiles has a crack. To me it looks like it has been that way from the start. There is even grout in the crack. Circa early 20th century.

 

Table:

  • Height – 18.5 Inches
  • Width – 20.5 Inches
  • Depth – 16.5 Inches
  • Weight – 50 Pounds

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 26 Inches
  • Width – 26 Inches
  • Depth – 22 Inches
  • Weight – 130 Pounds

 

 

STYLE / PERIOD

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MATERIALS

Ceramic Tile, Wrought Iron

CIRCA

Early 20th Century

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Description

What an incredible, incredible table with fantastic tile by one of the great early 20th century California tile makers such as Malibu Potteries, Taylor Tilery, Catalina Pottery, Batchelder, California Clay Products Co. (CalCo) and Gladding, McBean. Comprised of an Art Deco styled wrought iron base with a bronze colored natural finish with wonderful patina. The tile is inlaid into the wrought iron frame on a bed of concrete. The tile pattern is framed by a two-inch wide natural terracotta tile and in the center are twelve Spanish influenced 3.75-inch tiles with a gorgeous glaze including colors of terracotta, yellow, black and TECO green. We have called this table Art Deco, but it might just as easily be called Craftsman Style, Arts and Crafts, or Spanish Revival. Whatever style you decide to call it you should call it yours.

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STYLE / PERIOD

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MATERIALS

Ceramic Tile, Wrought Iron

CIRCA

Early 20th Century