E & M Perez Ellen and Michael Perez
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Eskimo : Sculpture : Pre 1970 item #1348553 (stock #586vr)
E & M Perez
$250.00
Measuring 4" high, this dark soapstone figure depicts a standing Inuit figure, wearing an anorak or parka, with nice details on the clothing and hands. The stone is very dark, almost black, and shows natural marks and slight variation in color. The fronts of the feet are missing, so it does not stand, and there is wear and slight scratching to the surface. From a collection of early Eskimo works, with two others also listed in our catalog.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Eskimo : Sculpture : Pre 1970 item #1348552 (stock #585vr)
E & M Perez
$350.00
This artfully crafted Eskimo figure has great presence, and dates to earlier periods of soapstone carving. The figure stands on its own, and has a stance that exudes energy and pride. Of very dark soapstone, black with some mottling of brown or green, some natural striations in the rock are evident, as is some wear from age. It measures 5" high. From a collection of early Inuit and Eskimo items, two others listed on our catalog.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1980 item #1345198 (stock #578vr)
E & M Perez
$850.00
Signed on the base by the renowned workshop of Uriarte in Puebla, Mexico, this very big tibor, or urn, measures 23" high, roughly 19 1/2' wide at the shoulder and weighs 32 pounds. It is decorated in the classic Talavera colors of blue, green, yellow, orange and black over a creamy slip. Over a background of crosshatching blue designs, there are four panels with floral and foliate designs in vivid color, and the base and shoulder area have a black scale pattern, with a scroll design on the neck...
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...