Fabulous early-20th-century Mexican hand-carved coconut bank with inset button eyes and a graphic mosaic abalone stopper. The bank features four scrimshaw filled roundels, each with musical instruments and portraitures. The tail of the coconut with another interesting caricature. Overall with excellent surface patina.
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 folk art from Spain and the Americas, sensational Continental furniture, tribal art, period silver, textiles, jewelry, and an impressive assortment of reference materials.
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