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Set of Three Mexican Divided Platters, 1940's
W-CP4

DESCRIPTION: A set of 1940’s Mexican divided pottery platters in a chocolate brown glaze with hand painted slip decorations in cream and green. These platters are a fiesta waiting to happen with their psychedelic designs, each platter with a different pattern. Perfect for hors d'oeuvres at your next party, these platters are in very good condition. DIMENSIONS: 12.25” long x 8.75” wide.

$235 Set of Three


Antique Chinese Red Clay Wine Jar, 19th C.
GD38

DESCRIPTION: Long acknowledged as masters of porcelain, the Chinese also excelled at pottery making. Qing Dynasty domestic pottery used regional clays and showed distinctive regional styles. This pottery, used for the storage of oil and other household goods, exhibited tremendous, quiet beauty as well as utility. Crafted of red clay and originating from Jiangxi Provence, this handsome wine jar with four looped handles and spout is an excellent example with its incised decorations in two-toned... Click for details

$280


Mexican Milagros Devotional Cross (Ex Voto)
W-FIG15

DESCRIPTION: A vintage Mexican folk art wood cross with dozens of metal milagro icons attached as an act of petition and devotion. Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or promesas) are small religious folk charms associated with the Catholic Church that devotees attach to sacred objects, pin on the clothing of santos statues, or hang with little red ribbons from altars and shrines. The word "milagro" means "miracle".

As part of a religious ritual or an act of devotion, milagros can be... Click for details

$195


Early American 18th c. Banister Back Armchair
A-CH2

DESCRIPTION: An 18th c. banister back armchair having scalloped crest and bottom rails, turned finials, bulbous front spindles and rush seat. Good condition with age appropriate wear, original black paint. See our listing #A-CH3 for a near match companion chair to make a pair. DIMENSIONS: 46.5" high x 25” wide x 18.25 deep; 17" seat height.

$2,195


Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket, Meiji Period
BSK78

DESCRIPTION: A handsome ikebana basket, Meiji Period, crafted of smoked bamboo in a diagonal weave with double wrapped handle. Three vertical bamboo strips reinforce two corners, and the basket rests on a square, open weave base. Excellent condition with no breaks or losses. Ikebana ("living flowers") is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. It is also known as Kado ("way of flowers"). Japanese artists crafted Beautiful baskets such as this one as containers to hold simple to elaborate ikebana... Click for details

$420


Carved Mexican Wood Santos Figure of St. Peter
W-FIG16

DESCRIPTION: An antique Mexican folk art carving of a bearded St. Peter in a bishop’s hat holding a large key, symbolizing the key to the kingdom of heaven entrusted to disciple Simon Peter by Christ. This figure was probably part of a home devotional altar; figure can also be hung on a wall or entry door. Very good condition. DIMENSIONS: 13 1/8” high x 3”wide.

$225


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