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La Casa de Las Siete Candelas features a larger, more ornately tiled fireplace. Identified as Mantel Design No. 474 in a later Batchelder catalog from 1927, the Italian style fireplace has pilasters and a decorative floral motif. Other examples of Batchelder tile are found elsewhere throughout the house. The entrance to the original music room is adorned with a tile depicting a lute player (No. 566) from Batchelder’s American Art Tile series. Warm- red tone pavers and decorative accent tile on the floor of the entry hall


1863 Altamira Place, La Casa de Las Siete Candelas. 5


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