All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1337792 (stock #TROC-1254)
Mexican handwoven Saltillo sarape with silk fringe. The center (the Ojo de Dios or Eye of God) is made of silk with woven wool accents, the rest is woven wool over wool. As with most vintage wool textiles, sarapes are never perfect, they always have a little hole, or fringe loss. This one is almost perfect. 35"W x 74"L plus 7" fringe on both ends. Slight wear and loss.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1950 item #1337308 (stock #TROC-1238)
Gorgeous and rare Green Oaxacan dripware pottery drinks set. Green flowers on white connected with black stems and vines. Pitcher, 6 cups and tray. Marked “OAXACA MEXICO"

Dimensions:
Tray 15-1/4”W; Pitcher 7-1/2”L; by 6”W by 8”W; Cup 3-1/2”W by 3-3/4"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1950 item #1337307 (stock #TROC-1237)
Manuel Felguerez signed original terracotta figure depicting a seated woman with braided hair and polychrome geometric decoration. Signed "Felguerez." Two small chips.

Dimensions
11"L by 9"W by 15"H
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1930 item #1337233 (stock #TROC-1231)
Antique Mexican ceramic "Tree of Life" candelabrum by Aurelio Flores depicting archangel Gabriel surrounded by flowers, animals, and cherubs, with two saints on top. Minimal wear.

Dimensions:
14-1/2"L by 17-1/2"H by 4"W
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1335138 (stock #571vr)
E & M Perez
$165.00
Dating to the mid 20th century, from 1940-1960, burnished wares of this type were created in Tonala, Jalisco Mexico. Near the larger town of Guadalajara, small pueblos became known for the fine workmanship and charming motifs, with Tlaquepaque and Tonala being significant centers for exceptional pottery. This vase measures 8 3/4" high, and is 4 1/4" in diameter at the base. It is stamped "made in Mexico" in a cartouche, which is a typical mark...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1332739
a superb kayapo mekragnoti Indians headdress , Rio Xingu, states of Para and Mato Grosso, Brazil . The Tiara is mounted on a long cotton woven adorned with long tail-feathers macaw chloroptera. At the end are attached little white feathers great egret...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1930 item #1326570 (stock #109595)
Latin America, Mexico, ca. 1925 CE. An adorable pair of children's spurs comprised of iron with silver inlays. These "charro" sized spurs with hand inlaid silver throughout the body are quite endearing and decorative! Size: 4" L x 2.3" W x 4" H (10.2 cm x 5.8 cm x 10.2 cm)

Condition: Intact with surface wear as shown.

Provenance: Ex-Historia Antiques, James Caswell, Santa Monica, CA.

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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1980 item #1325417 (stock #110874)
Latin America, Mexico, 20th century CE. This is a trio of carved belt buckles and a large button all carved from lovely iridescent shell. Size of largest: 2-1/2" W x 2" L (6.4 cm x 5 cm).

Condition: All good with minor wear and patina.

Provenance: Ex-Historia Antiques, James Caswell, Santa Monica, CA

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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1920 item #1325400 (stock #110844)
Mexico, early 20th century CE. This is a charming and colorful piece of Mexican folk art in the artistic tradition of Dia de los Muertos. A skeleton, arms and legs outstretched in a Superman-style pose, balances delicately atop a stand with two spheres. The Spaniards adapted the indigenous Aztec ritual to joyously remember the dead to create the Dia de los Muertos. Colorful pieces of art with skulls and skeletons remind the living of the dead and celebrate the memory of those who have left us...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1900 item #1325309 (stock #110648)
Latin America, Mexico, Spanish Colonial, ca. 1800 to 1900 CE. A finely painted oil on tin retablo depicting Christ parting his robe to reveal a symbol known as a Sacred Heart. The Sacred Heart symbolizes compassion and unmitigated love. The message to the devout is that one may find and express divine love in one's own heart. A beautifully painted devotional folk painting! Custom wood frame...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1980 item #1324271 (stock #DXC.1)
The 20-22K gold and the quartz beads were originally found in the mid-20th century at the famed location known as “El Bolo”, which is located near the site of Cali, Colombia. Broadly attributed to the early Calima-San Augustine style dating c.100BC – 400 AD, the legally obtained beads were eventually professionally incorporated into this end-to-end 20” necklace (DXC.1) using contemporary wire and locking gold clasp...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1980 item #1319438
Puerto Rican lithograph by Alicea-made in 1970 at the apex of Puerto Rican graphic arts-signed in pencil, dated 1970 with edition number 15/75--with title in Spanish-25 inches by 30 inches framed
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1980 item #1309026 (stock #W-FIG9)
Ancient East
$445.00
DESCRIPTION: This dynamic and colorful Alebrije goat (or ram) is carved as if in a full run, its long front leg folded under its body in mid-stride. Two huge white horns curl from the top of its head to its ears. His green speckled body is accented with vibrant red "stripes" running down his back, tail and legs, while a purple design covers his belly. This large, delightful animal is signed on the underside, "Narcisco Gonzalez Ramirez, Arrazola, Oaxaca Oax., Mexico." Excellent condition...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1980 item #1305564 (stock #W-FIG8)
Ancient East
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DESCRIPTION: This majestic and colorful Alebrije lion is carved in a crouched position, staring at the viewer with bright blue and yellow eyes. His head is surrounded by a huge, flowing, yellow & brown mane. His purple and black striped tail curves over his teal body which is decorated with pink oval polka-dots. This noble beast is signed on the underside, "HECHO POR MAXIMILIANO MORALES S., FRANCISCO MORALES DE ARRAZOLA XOXO OAXACA MEXICO." Excellent condition...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1940 item #1303754
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$1,245.00
Peruvian Moche culture styled planished silver and copper grave offering of a decapitator bell rattle with a tumi in copper on the bottom depiction with a depiction of Chalchalcha "the decapitator" the silver is very thin and delicate . A fine piece for any collection . Size H 6.5" w 7.5" h 81/4" on stand included age unknown but believed original.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1940 item #1303753
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$135.00
Pre Columbian style spout pot depicting an animal . This pot is mold formed and hand incised. Its in undamaged un chipped condition with alot of mineral deposits in all the incised lines pictures don't show that well. size l 6" w 4 1/4 " h 4 "
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1303662 (stock #W-CP1)
Ancient East
$785.00
DESCRIPTION: A beautifully painted, very large Mexican charger (or platter) with a dark blue outer rim framing two birds perched in a tree, surrounded by scrolling green foliage, large flowers and yellow fruit. Dating from the 1960's in the Tlaquepaque style, its origin is from the state of Jalisco, Mexico. Tlaquepaque, a village in Mexico southeast of Guadalajara, is where a number of pottery and ceramist families live, work and sell their wares. The name literally means "place above clay la...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1980 item #1302968 (stock #W-FIG7)
Ancient East
$270.00
DESCRIPTION: Oaxacan woodcarvings, also known as Alebrijes, have been a tradition for generations in several small villages outside the capital of Oaxaca, Mexico. It has only been in the past 40 years that these beautifully carved and painted figures have become popular, and are now collected worldwide. Using rudimentary tools, these Mexican artists create fascinating figures out of fresh-cut copal wood. After drying and sanding, the carvings are meticulously painted with intricate patterns and...