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Authentic Signed Tiffany Studios Church Religious Stained Glass Window 1914


Don’t Miss this rare opportunity to own an outstanding example of a Signed Tiffany Studios New York Religious Church Stained Glass Window dated 1914 depicting The Good. This window was fully restored within the last 20 years by a very reputable studio within this field and the pictures reflect the excellent condition of the window [Continue]

Authentic Mexican Retablo Antique Painting Alma de Maria Mary Spanish Colonial


Authentic Mexican Retablo (oil on tin painting) featuring El Alma de Maria–a classical composition of the Virgin Mary’s spirit at the time of the Annunciation. Some also refer to this version as “La Virgen de la Paloma” or The Virgin of the Dove. Although the subject is somewhat common, the quality of this piece is [Continue]

Authentic Mexican Retablo Copper Painting Antique San Luis Rey Spanish Colonial


Authentic Mexican Retablo (oil on copper painting) featuring San Luis Rey (King Louis IX of France). He’s credited with bringing the true crown of thorns and three nails to France, which can be seen in the lower, left-hand corner. They’re still enshrined outside of Paris. The iconography is particularly important; he had a scepter that [Continue]

Authentic Mexican Retablo Painting 19th C Antique San Jose St Joseph Niño Jesus


Authentic Mexican Retablo (oil on tin painting) from the 19th century featuring San Jose St. Joseph and Niño Jesus (Christ child). This is a statement piece with vibrant colors and excellent quality. San Jose is the Virgin Mary’s earthly husband and patron saint of a variety of things. Pope Pius IX proclaimed. Of the Universal [Continue]

Authentic Spanish Medieval Knight Templar Cross Ring Religious Crusaders 11-12th

LOVELY ANTIQUE SPANISH BRONZE KNIGHT TEMPLAR RING. WEIGHT: 2,2 grs. 21 x 5 mm. Great quality with spectacular cross, for the best collections. Spectacular museum piece, scarceee. The Order of the Templars. Founded in Jerusalem in 1118 by Hugo de Payns and eight other French knights, with the name of Poor Knights of Christ. Their [Continue]