Mexican vintage, or welcome to my world

One of the paintings of the casts. It's from the XVIII century by unknown author. The painting represents a mix-raced couple with a kid. Idea of this kind of paintings (and there are many) is to represent to the Europeans and Americans how "casts" and their members look like and what's their name.

Tribal dance mask from Oaxaca Mexico. This is an vintage item, and was actually used in an ritual of Zapoteca Indians.

Ok, this is French. It's mid century, covered in bits.

British plate, has a stamp of Copeland & Garret, which was produced from 1833 to 1847.

I'm not 100% sure, but I think this mask is from Chiapas, although it as couple of strange marks. It's a white man with a jaguar skalp and two snakes on each side of the face.

Beauty! Pay special attention to the big blue portador de agua.

Vintage canes

Other vintage masks. Pay attention to the mask of a man with penis nose. Probably fertility mask. Some from Michoacan, some from Oaxaca, some from Chiapas.

Old Mexican newspaper and books

Vintage tee set. There are only two cups left, but it's still precious.

If you are interested in any of the items in this post check out my Etsy store or contact me on rama_dorada@hotmail.com. All of the items will be packed and safely send by DHL or FedEx.

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