Very cool pair of Witco wall tiles with a Mid Century French street motif. Witco was definitely a cut above when it came to the design and manufacture of wall decor items and these are prime such examples. The tile is Italian and looks as fresh as the day it was produced, the graphics are completely intact, the wooden frames have a nice depth and are structurally sound. These have a little heft as well, which just adds to the overall richness. You'll be proud to display these anywhere you'd display things of which you'd be proud.
8" H x 8" W x .75" D each
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