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ElantiQuario Magazine, online edition

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Antiques Dealers

  -Gustavo's  -
The line to get in to Gustavo's Antigüedades Mexico City store eventually got so long, he ended up opening a second location in San Miguel de Allende! Visit either of these fine galleries for art, furniture, folk art and antiques from Mexico and abroad.
Click for complete dealers list

Antiques Classifieds

From our Classifieds section :

  -Tin Devil Doctor Mask  -
This is a very unusual piece of Mexican folk art, circa 1945-1950, from Tuxpan, Jalisco. Hand made, tin ceremonial dance mask of the devil with reading glasses and doctor's mirror on the upper portion of the piece. The mask is fashioned out of an old can of cooking lard (the painted label can still be read on the inside of the item). This is a "danced mask," and a truly rare find! The piece measures 16 inches (40.5 cm). Price: $295 US
To see our Artesanias For Sale Classifieds Click here
To see our Artesanias Wanted Classifieds Click here

Magazine articles
on Mexican antiques

Underlined articles are online

   • The Veracruz Occupation
    - Issue No 15
 • The Issue of the Flag
    - Issue No 15
 • Heraclio Farias
    - Issue No 15
 • Benign Obsession
    - Issue No 14
 • From Left Field
    - Issue No 14
 • Virtues and Vices of an Antiquarian
    - Issue No 14
 • CARMEN LOMAS GARZA
    - Issue No 13
 • SCHOOL'S IN SESSION
    - Issue No 13
 • ANTIQUE AUTOS IN MEXICO
    - Issue No 13
 • PAYING THE PRICE: TRAFFICKING IN BLACK MARKET ARTIFACTS
    - Issue No 13
 • Sculptures in Wax
    - Issue No 12
 • Fire-flies
    - Issue No 11
 • The Story of German Horacio
    - Issue No 11
 • Saint Who?
    - Issue No 11
 • Editor's Desk
    - Issue No 10
 • Mexico in Texas
    - Issue No 10
 • Antiques Hunting in San Miguel
    - Issue No 10
 • Antiques and Popular Arts Shows in Mexico
    - Issue No 10
 • A Folk Tale from the Yucatan
    - Issue No 9
 • Mexico City Sketchbook
    - Issue No 9
 • Quinta Muestra de Antigüedades
    - Issue No 9
 • Primer Salon del Anticuario
    - Issue No 9
 • El Favor de los Santos
    - Issue No 9
 • The Chapel at Hacienda Santa Lucía
    - Issue No 8
 • Embryography of an Artist
    - Issue No 8
 • Money is in the Eyes of the Beholder
    - Issue No 8
 • Are you Cuba Ready?
    - Issue No 8
 • Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver
    - Issue No 8
 • Auction Tips
    - Issue No 7
 • The Lady is an Auctioneer
    - Issue No 7
 • High-Power Auctions, Mexico City Style
    - Issue No 7
 • Mightier than the Sword
    - Issue No 7
 • A Day in the Life of a Chacharero
    - Issue No 7
 • Plaza del Angel and La Lagunilla
    - Issue No 7
 • Bank Robber or Business Man?
    - Issue No 7
 • A Bond Between Two Worlds: Exvotos
    - Issue No 7
 • Unmasking the "Bee-Sting Lips" Painter
    - Issue No 7
 • International Arts and Antiques Show
    - Issue No 6
 • Vintage Cigar Label Art
    - Issue No 6
 • Lobby Cards from Mexico's Golden Age
    - Issue No 6
 • Charros
    - Issue No 6
 • Oscar Cardenas (1941-1998)
    - Issue No 6
 • Viewpoints: Safer than Keeping Money in the Bank…
    - Issue No 6
 • Agenda 1999
    - Issue No 5
 • Great Expectations
    - Issue No 5
 • Viewpoints: National Antiques Shows in Mexico
    - Issue No 5
 • Freedom's Odd Couple
    - Issue No 4
 • Lonely Days and Lonely Nights
    - Issue No 4
 • Contemporary Latin American Art Roller Skates?
    - Issue No 4
 • Viewpoints: Penny for your Thoughts
    - Issue No 4
 • And The Beat Goes On…
    - Issue No 3
 • Spanish Colonial or Colonial Mexican?
    - Issue No 2
 • Legacy in Embroidery: Helen Cerda
    - Issue No 1
 • Bohemian Flea Market in Guadalajara
    - Issue No 1

 

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