Paul Czirban Ceramics

On June 26, 2019, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Paul Czirban, Los Angeles, CA  1946-present We have acquired several contemporary ceramic pieces made by Paul Czirban.    We shared the building with Paul when our store was in its early years on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.   Photos were taken from our store display; if interested in any of the pieces, we will […]

Mid-Century Patterns on Large Tiles

On September 15, 2018, in American Tiles, Mid-Century/Modern, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Made by different tile makers, circa 1960-1970’s We have a small collection of 12″ wall or floor tiles.   The best use of these would be as a focal point in any installation.  Can be used on patios, as a garden pathway, behind a stove etc. 11  13/4″ x 11  3/4″ x 1/2″ thick Great […]

Art Glass Collection

On July 7, 2018, in Art Glass, Mid-Century/Modern, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Here is our stunning collection of high-end, hand blown art glass.   Some of the artists/makers include Maurice Heaton, Higgins, Dan Bergsma, Hal David Berger, Lundberg Studios, Coreia Studio, Orient & Flume, Peet Robison. Contact us for individual photos and information.

Square Flower Pot by Russel Wright

On January 13, 2018, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Bauer/Russel Wright, Atlanta, GA   mid 1940’s Flower pot/vase, designed by Russel Wright has a rare square shape with Atlanta Brick glaze on all sides.  Unfortunately, there is a hairline measuring 2 inches at one of the outside corners.  Priced accordingly. 4  1/4″ on all sides Good condition; hairline Qty = 1 $475 as is

Russel Wright Centerpiece/Candle Holders

On January 13, 2018, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Russel Wright/Bauer, Atlanta, GA    mid 1940’s Russel Wright was an American Industrial designer during the 20th century. Beginning in the late 1920s through the 1960s, Russel Wright created a succession of artistically distinctive and commercially successful items that helped bring modern design to the general public.  He had a short stint with Bauer/Atlanta in […]

Tall Vases by Russel Wright 1940’s

On January 13, 2018, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Russel Wright/Bauer, Atlanta, GA  mid 1940’s Our collection of tall ceramic vases, each with unique glazing.   Russel Wright designs are sought after by collectors who treasure his modern creations.    Contact us for more photos and info.  Thick glaze dripped and pooled at the bottom of the green vases.   Some of it has […]

Russel Wright Oval Vases

On January 12, 2018, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Russel Wright (1904-1976) Russel Wright was an American Industrial designer during the 20th century. Beginning in the late 1920s through the 1960s, Russel Wright created a succession of artistically distinctive and commercially successful items that helped bring modern design to the general public.   Wright’s association with Bauer Pottery was short lived, as his visionary […]

Bauer Gloss Pastel Kitchenware

On September 22, 2017, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Bauer, Los Angeles, CA   1909-1962 Ray Murray of Bauer designed the Gloss Pastel line of useful kitchenware in 1941.  We have a few pieces on hand, all in glossy yellow.   This line has a ‘modern’ look and adds color and charm to any setting.    Contact us for more details.   Sold individually. […]

Glass Tile/Comtemporary

On July 5, 2017, in Mid-Century/Modern, Norman Karlson Collection, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Novodecor Glass Tile, Spain We have large quantities of these great-looking and well-made contemporary glass tiles.    They come in boxes of 20 pcs, but we will work with you and break up a box to sell you the quantity you need.  There are six colors, mostly matte and one glossy black.  Colors listed below […]

Mottled Green Glen Lukens Bowl

On January 20, 2017, in Mid-Century/Modern, Pottery, by rF7gxYP3iMZ2eqT9

Glen Lukens, Los Angeles, CA  1887-1967 Thick and drippy mottled-green over crackly-white glazing covers this vintage ceramic bowl.    Mr. Lukens was a pivotal figure in the field of American clay working.  He was an inspired teacher and artist who sparked a modern ceramics movement on the West Coast during the Great Depression.  See our […]