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Vintage Mexican Lacquered Jicarapestle

Colonial Arts, James Eddy

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Vintage Mexican Lacquered Jicarapestle
Vintage Mexican Lacquered Jicarapestle
Vintage Mexican Lacquered Jicarapestle

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Product Information

Made of:

gourd

Dimensions:

13.5"Dia

Color/finish:

blue/multi

Why We Love This

Early-20th-century painted lacquered gourd. Mexico, 1930s.

After years of travel, stints in architectural design, and a decade of compulsive collecting, James Eddy founded Colonial Arts as a cyber-enterprise in 1998. Housed today in a historic brick and timber building in the San Francisco design center, the gallery focuses on high-quality Spanish Colonial and vintage folk art from Spain, Mexico and the Americas, which is offered alongside continental furniture, tribal art, period silver, textiles, jewelry and a wide assortment of reference materials.

Why We Love This

Early-20th-century painted lacquered gourd. Mexico, 1930s.

After years of travel, stints in architectural design, and a decade of compulsive collecting, James Eddy founded Colonial Arts as a cyber-enterprise in 1998. Housed today in a historic brick and timber building in the San Francisco design center, the gallery focuses on high-quality Spanish Colonial and vintage folk art from Spain, Mexico and the Americas, which is offered alongside continental furniture, tribal art, period silver, textiles, jewelry and a wide assortment of reference materials.

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