Spanish Colonial Hispano Moresque 36 Tile Trestle Table with Benches F1395

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One of a kind week here at Early California. Fresh from a the original owner's family. This unique 36 tile trestle table in the Spanish Colonial style is solid walnut. Has 26 Border tiles and comes with a matched pair of solid walnut benches. In amazing condition, ready to use; it shines. 33" wide x 64" long ...

Unique set of 3 Nesting tables by Salvador Corona F1392

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Every piece of Corona is unique and this set of 3 stacking tables radiates the romance of old Mexico during the Spanish Colonial times of ladies in panniered gowns and spirited horses of a certain breed. The largest table is 17" wide, 12.5" deep and 23" tall. In well worn condition, but solid and ready to use as ...

La Pastora 18th Century Madonna as Shepherdess P1326

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A glorious early 18th century depiction of the Virgin and Child, she portrayed as La Pastora, haloed by stars, the Divine Shepherdess. Canvas 22" x 26 1/2" Frame  24" x 23 3/4"   Price on request La Divina Pastora: Virgin Mary as Shepherdess In Spain, devotion to La Divina Pastora appears to have started in Seville, also right around 1700, and ...

Del Rey Spanish Colonial California Revival Flip arm couch with chair

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Solid Mahogany and sturdy as all heck. Great matched pair with Polychrome accents to top finials and unique half moon flip arm side tables. Currently in need of upholstery . The box springs go with bit no cushions. Ready to make your own. Priced to move. This will be part of the Garden sale . ...

Old California Spanish Exterior Lanterns Pair L556a

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Pretty monumental at 30" high, 14" across and 10", this pair of lanterns is pretty extraordinary. Designed to be wall-hung and not hung by the ring, they should be more properly be called sconces, but the lantern effect overwhelms logic. The amber glass will mellow out whatever power saving bulb you use. Knockouts. Price on request.  

19th Century Spanish Peasants Oil On Canvas P1038

Superb, utterly romantic, unsigned, bearing evidence of a long-ago sale through Christie's, and in its original British frame (Newcomb's don't you know old chap), this ferociously charming genre painting of damnably attractive peasants celebrating life among their chalk cave dwellings overlooking, say, Seville, could not be more Victorian. It must have sold immediately before the ...