Antique Asian Works of Art from Ancient East
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1950 item #1380133 (stock #W-FIG16)
Ancient East
$225
DESCRIPTION: An antique Mexican folk art carving of a bearded St. Peter in a bishop’s hat holding a large key, symbolizing the key to the kingdom of heaven entrusted to disciple Simon Peter by Christ. This figure was probably part of a home devotional altar; figure can also be hung on a wall or entry door. Very good condition. DIMENSIONS: 13 1/8” high x 3”wide.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1950 item #1374195 (stock #W-CP4)
Ancient East
$235
DESCRIPTION: A set of 1940’s Mexican divided pottery platters in a chocolate brown glaze with hand painted slip decorations in cream and green. These platters are a fiesta waiting to happen with their psychedelic designs, each platter with a different pattern. Perfect for hors d'oeuvres at your next party, these platters are in very good condition. DIMENSIONS: 12.25” long x 8.75” wide.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1960 item #1373680 (stock #W-FIG15)
Ancient East
$195
DESCRIPTION: A vintage Mexican folk art wood cross with dozens of metal milagro icons attached as an act of petition and devotion. Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or promesas) are small religious folk charms associated with the Catholic Church that devotees attach to sacred objects, pin on the clothing of santos statues, or hang with little red ribbons from altars and shrines. The word "milagro" means "miracle"...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1980 item #1372150 (stock #W-JO15)
Ancient East
$615
DESCRIPTION: An impressive Native American sterling cuff by Navajo artist Carl Quintana, featuring three large turquoise stones with dark brown inclusions set in bezels surrounded by heavy, twisted silver wire. Hand stamped conchos decorate the terminals of the cuff. This prolific Navajo jeweler is from Chinle, Arizona, and is noted for magnificent stone choices set in both traditional and contemporary designs. DIMENSIONS: Largest center stone is 1 3/4” high x 1 3/8” wide...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1960 item #1371641 (stock #W-PT3)
Ancient East
$2,595
DESCRIPTION: A beautiful polychrome, hand coiled Zia Olla, dating from the mid 1900’s. The Zia Pueblo is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico, where their potters are skilled at making strong, fairly thin-walled pottery. This well formed pot has high shoulders tapering to a narrow foot, and is painted in four traditional Zia colors with natural sienna, burnt sienna and black designs on a white ground...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1970 item #1369596 (stock #W-PT14)
Ancient East
$1,595
DESCRIPTION: From the Amazon rainforest of Peru, the Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous tribe known for their distinctive pottery and textiles. Their unique, intricate geometric designs are sophisticated interpretations of their cosmic beliefs that the jungle rivers follow the same course as the stars...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1980 item #1367829 (stock #W-JO38)
Ancient East
$630
DESCRIPTION: A beautiful vintage Navajo nickel silver and turquoise concho belt, consisting of ten conchos, each with a large, natural turquoise, bezel-set nugget linked by round silver rings and fastened with a hook and eye. The word concho comes from the Spanish "concha" which means "seashell," referring to the round or oval disks of silver used to decorate saddles, bridles, clothing and jewelry for pendants, bolo ties and belts...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1960 item #1367582 (stock #W-FIG30)
Ancient East
$875
DESCRIPTION: Three colorful, vintage Chantolo (also known as Xantolo) masks, used in dance celebrations for Day of the Dead festivities in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. These hand carved, brightly colored masks are painted in primary colors, each with barred teeth and fierce expression. Very good condition, wires have been attached to the backs for hanging. PROVENANCE: Bob Brand and Liz Werthan, Philadelphia. DIMENSIONS: Largest Size is 7" x 5" x 3" (18 x 13 x 8 cm).
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1980 item #1366971 (stock #W-JO13)
Ancient East
$250
DESCRIPTION: A dainty, two prong Native American cuff bracelet featuring a beautiful, deep blue center stone surrounded by silver leaves and berries. A lovely bracelet for the petite woman or young lady, in excellent condition. DIMENSIONS: Small adult size, 2 3/8” diameter, 1 ¼” opening. Stone is 5/8” high.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1980 item #1365857 (stock #W-RG13)
Ancient East
$1,250
DESCRIPTION: A hand woven Native American rug in a traditional tumbling blocks pattern, a Navajo motif also found in Americana quilts. This attractive, double sided, flat weave wool rug uses natural dyes in red, black and tan to form the block designs. Very good condition, no holes or tears. DIMENSIONS: 55” x 35".
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1365460 (stock #W-ARCH1)
Ancient East
Sold, Thank You!
DESCRIPTION: Mexican folk art painting on old wooden shutter depicting Day of the Dead figures on raised panels wearing various costumes, bordered with large flowers. Not signed, some wear, good condition. DIMENSIONS: 30” high x 11” wide.

CULTURAL BACKGROUND: Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and by people of Mexican ancestry...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1930 item #1364930 (stock #W-CP7)
Ancient East
$195
DESCRIPTION: A vintage terra cotta pitcher (or handled pot), skillfully hand-painted in green and white glazes with deer painted on each side using fluid brush strokes. Originating from the Tlaquepaque-Tonala area of Mexico, this delightful redware pitcher is in excellent condition; no chips or cracks. DIMENSIONS: Body is 6.25” x 5.5”; 5” high.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1960 item #1357585 (stock #W-FIG29)
Ancient East
$1,425
In the Mexican state of Michoacan, where this mask originates, there are dancers who are variously called los Diablos (devils), los Judíos (Judas’), or los Fariseos (Pharisees)...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1960 item #1355095 (stock #W-FIG28)
Ancient East
$1,250

DESCRIPTION: An artful and flamboyant Mexican festival vaquero (cowboy / cattle driver) dance mask, the face carved from wood and painted with a black beard and bright red cheeks. Attached to the head is a tin “crown” with wide bull horns and extremely decorative headdress of cut and pierced tin flowers. Embellishing the horns are rows of long, brightly colored ribbons...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1960 item #1310807 (stock #W-JO23)
Ancient East
$895
DESCRIPTION: A classic Zuni silver cuff bracelet with clusters of red coral cabochons mounted in a "sunface" design of two circular rows with a "God's Eye" stone in the center. Two additional stone clusters form wings on each side, making a total of 35 coral stones.

The Zuni pueblo tribe of western New Mexico have created jewelry for more than a thousand years, but their silver work was originally taught to them by a Navajo silversmith in the mid 1800's...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Handiwork : Pre 1980 item #1309026 (stock #W-FIG9)
Ancient East
$395
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 : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1980 item #1304702 (stock #W-PT5)
Ancient East
$2,150
DESCRIPTION: A large, hand coiled Zia Pueblo Olla by noted Zia potter, Elizabeth Medina. This well formed pot has high shoulders tapering to a narrow foot, and is painted in four traditional Zia colors with natural sienna, burnt sienna and black designs on a white ground...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1303662 (stock #W-CP1)
Ancient East
$655
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, on the reverse is written "Mexico"; the back is pierced with holes for hanging. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. DIMENSIONS: A large 18" diameter (45.8 cm).