Spanish Colonial 18th Century Armoire F1291

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An absolute stunner. Bought in Cuzco by American engineer Thomas A. Corry from Cesare de Lucchi-Lomellini in 1922, and exceptionally permitted to leave the country in 1934 with the Corrys as a mark of esteem for its owner, this great old armadio has remained in the Corry family till now. It is in extraordinary condition: the Corry family were ...

Fantasy Spanish Scene Summer Screen A894

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A great aspect of the the Spanish Revival style is an element of fantasy and it is always a pleasure to find an object that brings it out so pleasurably. Even without a fire lit, a fireplace should be a place to dream. Price on request.

George Hunt Spanish Colonial Highboy F1252

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Circa 1926, solid walnut Spanish Colonial highboy by California furniture maker George S. Hunt. Measures 52h x 34w x 20.5.                         Price on request. Designer/furniture maker George S. Hunt's Pasadena studio was adjacent to that of architect Wallace Neff back in the early 1900s. Hunt would be commissioned by Neff and other top designers and architects of the ...

Yearly Spring Cleaning Parking lot sale March 7th and 8th Yellow tags half price and good till gone.

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We are fortunate enough to have found some very amazing finds over the last 5 years.. But sadly we don't have room to adequately show off all our treasure.. so Most all furniture and lighting thats been in inventory 2 or more years is headed for the half Price warehouse- The Parking lot in fact. We ...

Italian Mediterranean Oil Jar Circa 1920. Hand Glazed A872

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Just a spectacular oil jar . Circa 1920's. Beautiful dark Navy Hand applied glazed over an off white background. Signed Italia to the inside. Factory firing Crack to top interior. The final finishing touch to any Spanish or Mediterranean interior. 23'' tall Price on request

17th Century Spanish Renaissance Vargueno Desk F1233

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Massive, 17th Century Spanish Renaissance Vargueno desk in walnut, consisting of an ornate fall front adorned with latches, escutcheons, medallions, knobs, centered with a hasp and lock plate, all of pierced iron covering the original red velvet. When opened, the desk reveals a lavish fitted interior of 19 drawers and doors mounted with gilt shell ...

17th Century French or Italian Chest of Drawers F1220

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The front rippling out in waves presages the later development of bombé furniture that would so mark the 18th century, but this rare piece has its feet firmly in its own century and the early Baroque. It's truly fantastic. Museum quality. In terrific condition. 51" wide x 24" deep x 36" high. Price on request.  

18th Century Spanish Colonial (Original) Tapestry-Back Bench F1223

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Its original Bargello needle-point back further distinguishes this handsome and austere Spanish Colonial bench. The seat is upholstered in an apricot velvet that, though not new, and faded and spotted in a few places, is in usable condition. All in all, a touchstone piece of the period. 46" long x 24" deep x 47.5" tall. Price on ...

3-stack Tooled Leather 17th Century Spanish Boxes A867

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This set of three fantastically worked baroque leather dispatch boxes dates from the apogee of the Spanish Empire in the Americas, 1670-1710. Look closely and a marvelous bestiary of animals, birds and fishes is revealed in the pattern. The smallest measures 14" x 5" x 11", the middle sized one 21" x 8" x 13", and ...

19th Century Spanish Peasants Oil On Canvas P1038

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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 ...

George Sandoval Spanish Colonial Coffee Table F1153

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Handcrafted Spanish colonial-style coffee table from Albuquerque, New Mexico artist George Sandoval. Measures 54w x 23d x 16h. Price on request. For nearly 60 years, George Sandoval handcrafted Spanish-style doors and furniture in Albuquerque— everything from headboards, armoires and hutches to dining room tables and chairs. He died in 2009. Read more about this fantastic woodworker's life ...