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Early Malibu Mayan Tile

Monterey Garage

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Early Malibu Mayan Tile
Early Malibu Mayan Tile
Early Malibu Mayan Tile

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Made of:
tile
Dimensions:
12''L x 6.5''W
Color/finish:
natural

Why We Love This

"Rare Malibu Mayan tile from the 1920s. Malibu Potteries is considered to have produced the best and highest quality tiles. The company was in operation from 1926 until 1932, when a fire destroyed the factory. Situated on the oceanside at Malibu, California, the clay was rich in minerals suitable for the unique red tile they were to produce. Rufus Keeler managed the company and adapted historic patterns and designs suitable for the architecture of Southern California, namely, Spanish Colonial Revival. Keeler was also responsible for formulating the special glazes renowned for their color and clarity. Their Los Angeles projects included the Eastern Columbia building on 9th Street, the Richfield Building on Flower St., Exposition Park Museums, City Hall, the L.A. Public Library, and the Mayan Theater."

About Monterey Garage

Academy award-winning actress Diane Keaton has been in love with California architecture since childhood. She's authored two books on design, bought and renovated countless homes, and is now celebrating the release of her second memoir, Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty. She has also, with her sister Dorrie Hall, been a collector of Southwestern and California vintage and antique pieces.Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty.