Terracotta tile detailing from when buildings were decked out within an inch of their concrete footed lives. A fashion I hope comes back. Maybe you do too. These all happening to from New York City.

Mural made for the Marine Grill around 1913. Now located in the Fulton Street/William Street subway station. Relocated in 2011.
Mural made for the Marine Grill around 1913. Now located in the Fulton Street/William Street subway station. Relocated in 2011. Fred Dana Marsh, artist. Image © New York City Transit. Fair use license. via http://web.mta.info/mta/aft/permanentart/permart.html?agency=n&line=J&station=22&artist=1&img=3&xdev=2400
Front facade medallion (restored).
Front facade medallion (restored). Made for Child’s Restaurant which has been repurposed as the Seaside Park and Community Arts Center, Coney Island, New York. Made in 1924. Contemporary restoration by Boston Valley Terracotta. Image © Boston Valley Terracotta. Fair use license. via https://bostonvalley.com/portfolio-item/seaside/
Mural (detail), Fred French building.
Mural (detail), Fred French building, New York City. ca. 1927. Recent restoration by Li/SaLtzman architects, P.C. Image/photo © Li/SaLtzman architects, P.C. Fair use license. via http://www.lisaltzman.com/preservation/preservation-planning/2011/06/26/fred-french-building/attachment/lsa-p-fredfrench-pic-2/
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