What a creature! Gorgeous, bold and graceful, with a real life to it. A tremendous personality to the characterization married to exquisite workmanship. No mark. Very Los Castillo to our eyes, given their specialty of "marrying" different metals. Certainly golden age of the Taxco silversmiths.
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He's always waiting right at the door, hat balanced and his hand on the bell pull chain, ready to alert you. If the man of the cloth is not enough, a dragon's head also guards your door. Wrought iron, lots of detail. 16" high from base of bracket to top of bell. Classic piece.
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Hand carved mahogany panel of a Spanish Conquistador. Polychrome to finish. Said to be from a Pasadena private library. One of a kind. Ready for your entry hall or stairway or just about anyplace in your California home. Large: 5' x 4'.
Bullfighter turned folk artist Salvador Corona (1895-1990) achieved considerable renown not only as a painter but also for these exquisite boxes depicting an 18th century Spanish Colonial paradise of his own imagining. They spawned an industry, but none of his successors succeeded in duplicating the inventive imagination and sheer life of his originals. Close in ...
Mexican Processional Cross. Double sided with primitive sacred heart and religious motifs. The pictures tell the tale. Nice piece from an extensive collection. Circa early 20th century. Mexican Processional Cross measures 62" H X 19" W.
A pretty exceptional pair of Torchieres. Circa 1920''s. Spanish revival and Mediterranean in style. The base is Old black Marble. Base is 4 claw feet in Brass. Wrought iron Shaft. original pull chains.. Metal candle covers.. Really amazing condition for there age.. Rewired and ready to use.
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