Beautiful glazed tile made by Claycraft Potteries, who produced fine Arts and Crafts movement tiles in Los Angeles from 1921 - 1939.
This is executed in cuenca, a technique that uses raised lines to separate the glaze colors. the design, a stylized flower that looks Aztec or Mayan, is wonderfully glazed in shades of yellow, orange, rust, teal, olive , light green and with a background of cobalt blue. Really exceptional coloring.
Excellent condition, with one glaze line that comes off the edge and down through the left side of the yellow flower and into the blue background.
Measures 3 3/4" square by 1/2" thick.
Early American antiques, Folk Art, early Pottery and Porcelain
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