Schlabaugh & Sons
This family-run company makes mantel clocks in Arts & Crafts styles, including the Craftsman wall or mantel clock. In solid cherry with a Motawi tile of your choice, the clock has a quartz movement. It measures 14" wide x 18" tall x 4" deep.
Pratt Clay Studio
Long fascinated by botanical drawing and the details of the natural world, Mary Pratt has been making hand-thrown pottery since 1982. This sculpted vessel with applied lily pads and tendrils is one of a kind.
The 6” x 8” Saguaro tile is based on a 1927 illustration by Frank Lloyd Wright that was never published. The tile is 5/8” thick and has a notch at the back for hanging. Available as tile alone, with an easel, or in a quarter-sawn oak frame.
Hog Hill Pottery
The green oak luster vase is hand-thrown and hand-painted with a custom metallic glaze and undergoes multiple firings to achieve the jewel-like surface effect. Luster vases are available in three sizes.
Bolling & Co.
This purveyor of historical wallcoverings as art also sells new old stock and does custom work. The Arts & Crafts frieze with stylized roses in green, pink, and metallic dates to between 1900 and 1910. It’s framed and measures 21" x 34".
Keith Rust Illustration
“Glowing Monterey Shore” is an archival quality giclée print from Roycroft Renaissance artisan Keith Rust. It is printed with colorfast UV-protected inks on acid-free canvas. The print comes in four sizes, in quarter-sawn oak frames with fillets.
Susan Hebert Imports/Cobre
The highly figured Hearts & Vines copper plaque is inspired by a hand-forged Art Nouveau plate ca. 1900-1915. The plaque measures 13" wide. All copper pieces are handmade by fair trade Mexican artisans using the traditional bonfire method.
The Pasadena Mission recliner is available in a variety of woods and stains, and a wide choice of upholstery fabrics and leathers. The recliner measures 33" wide x 40" deep x 43" high. Each chair is custom made to order (8–10 weeks).