A classic creation of the Pat and Covey Stewart, this square ashtray, highlighted with gold glazing, depicts a half-nude Persian rider with turban and flying scarf, atop a rearing black horse. Entitled "Bim Bashi" after an old Persian image, this theme of rider and horse was repeated again and again in Pat Stewart's ceramic decorations, with the degree of the rider's dress (or undress) being the major variation from piece to piece. The Stewarts worked in Laguna Beach, California from 1950 to 1952, exhibiting in the town's annual art fair and selling their ceramic wares to high-end gift shops across the nation.
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