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Vintage

Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair

Horsefeathers Antiques

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Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair
Midcentury Mayan Tiles, Pair

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Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Materials:

clay/wood frame

Size:

15.75" L x 3.5" W x 15.75" H

Color/Finish:

brown/multi

Why We Love This

Pair of earthenware tiles with Mayan god figures. The tiles are fired but unglazed. Displayed in oak wormwood frames with deep coves and fabric liners, 1950s. Tiles measure 5.125"Sq. Unsigned.
As described by Horsefeathers Antiques

Why We Love This

Pair of earthenware tiles with Mayan god figures. The tiles are fired but unglazed. Displayed in oak wormwood frames with deep coves and fabric liners, 1950s. Tiles measure 5.125"Sq. Unsigned.

About Horsefeathers Antiques

Horsefeathers Antiques owners Steve and Judy Ball have been full time antiques dealers for the past 30 years. Locally known in Kansas City as "The Balls," they have long been a source for beginning and advanced collectors, dealers, and designers alike. Whether from the 1690's or the 1990's, the Horsefeathers inventory reflects an appreciation for design, quality, and uniqueness.