Kraftile Company, Niles (Fremont), CA  1926-1997

This Persian-inspired cuerda seca tile has Kraftile’s characteristic thick, opaque glaze and bold black resist lines.
  The intricate, polychrome design stands out brilliantly against the crisp, white ground.  See this tile in Norman Karlson’s Encyclopedia of American Art Tiles, Region 5, page 149.

5″ square x 1/2″ thick

Very good condition; some minor wear

Qty = 1

$100


 

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