Spanish Revival Style Wall Hanging Console Table and Mirror After Artes De Mexico

$1,995.00

Amazing Spanish Revival style wall hanging console table and matching mirror with hand wrought metal hardware and hanging brackets, after Artes De Mexico Internacionales SA. This paneled console table and mirror is in wonderful vintage condition with lots of beautiful age patina that only comes with age. Please see photos. Circa 1960s.

 

Console:

  • O/A Height Including Brackets – 15.5 Inches
  • Height Box Only – 7.75
  • Width – 34 Inches
  • Depth – 13.5 Inches
  • Bracket Size – 15.5 Inches
  • Weight – 34.5 Pounds

 

Mirror:

  • Height – 335 Inches
  • Width – 23 Inches
  • Depth – 1.5 Inches
  • Mirror Glass Size – 27.25H x 15.5W
  • Weight – 17 Pounds

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 29 Inches.
  • Width – 40 Inches
  • Depth – 15 Inches
  • Weight – 112 Pounds

 

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Description

We discovered this Spanish Revival or Spanish Colonial style wall hanging console table and mirror on one of our treasure hunts. What a find! In fact, we found a completely intact clubhouse for a Spanish designed apartment complex which was decorated in 1970. They have decided to remodel. Silly them!! But now we get to offer the contents to you.

 

Although this table is not marked with the Artes de Mexico Internacionales, SA tag, most of the pieces we obtained are. So, we are calling the unmarked ones in the style of. And, the hand wrought drop drawer pulls are marked Mexico. This handcrafted console is comprised of a solid wood rectangular box with two raised panel drawers and a thick slab top. It is hung on the wall by two hand wrought metal four-point star brackets and a steel arm with a twisted design. The matching mirror hangs between the brackets and is comprised of a solid wood raised panel designed frame. Both pieces are in awesome condition with tons of wonderful age patina.

 

Artes de Mexico Internacionales, SA imported handmade pieces from Mexico, some even signed by their makers, exclusively for sale to the trade. Which means they sold only to architects and interior designers and not to the general public. Thus, making the pieces harder to find and more exclusive. And, although they have beautiful pieces as well, do not confuse it with Arte de Mexico which is a Los Angeles based shop selling production pieces to the public.

 

This set will be amazing in your living space whether it’s a Spanish Hacienda, mountain cabin, country home, or loft. You need to make this incredible hanging console table and mirror set your own.