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Mexico City, MX
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About Rodrigo Rivero Lake

Located in one of the most exclusive areas of Mexico City, the Rodrigo Rivero Lake Gallery opened its doors to the public two years ago, quickly positioning itself as one of the must-see places for any art lover. Despite its recent opening, our company has been a pioneer in the preservation of architectural treasures in danger of destruction in Asia, especially in India, since 1969. Mr. Rodrigo Rivero Lake is the only Mexican antiquarian member of the Oriental Ceramic Society, and possesses one of the most important and vast collections of Mexican Colonial Art, with so...Read More

Rodrigo Rivero Lake

Established in 19681stDibs seller since 2018

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Malachite Obelisk
Located in Mexico City, MX
The use of malachite dates back to ancient civilizations. The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans valued malachite for its beauty and supposed protective properties. In ancient Egypt, it w...
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Antique 19th Century Indian Anglo-Indian Antiquities

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Malachite

20th Century mexican Exvoto. Votive copper foil.
Located in Mexico City, MX
This peculiar piece narrates the attack that Felipe Azebal was exposed to by four indigenous people and tells us that, thanks to the Holy Crucified Burial, he was able to defend hims...
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Antique 1850s Mexican Folk Art Paintings

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Copper

Iron Medieval Lock Key
Located in Mexico City, MX
Medieval iron locks and keys were essential for securing property and symbolizing power during the Middle Ages. Crafted by skilled blacksmiths, these locks featured intricate mechan...
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Antique 16th Century Figurative Sculptures

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Iron

Indo Portuguese- Cabinet
Located in Mexico City, MX
The Indo-Portuguese cabinets from Goa and Diu represent a remarkable fusion of European and Indian craftsmanship from the 16th to 18th centuries. These exquisite cabinets were craft...
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Antique 18th Century Portuguese Spanish Colonial Cabinets

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Silver

Traditional “Pita” Belt and Buckle
Located in Mexico City, MX
Traditional “Pita” Belt and Buckle Pita comes from the fiber of the big maguey Or large Mexican cactus and is hand inlaid With Mexican charro designe. The remaining Leather is ha...
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2010s Mexican Arts and Crafts Outsider and Self Taught Art

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Leather

Miraculous Medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquirá
Located in Mexico City, MX
About the Virgin of Chiquinquirá Virgin of Chiquinquirá, carrying baby Jesus and a marshal cane on his hand. On her sides, San Antonio de Padua, and Saint Andrew, apostle, with the X-shaped cross, sign of his martyrdom.. Her Story Dominican friars carried evangelization expeditions into the central region of Colombia. In 1560 Antón de Santana, Spanish gentleman obtained commission to build a house with different uses, the administration of settlers, indigenous people and slaves; he further build a chapel for religious services in Suta, Fray Andrés Jadraque, saw the need to put a painting of the Virgen del Rosario...
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20th Century Colombian Spanish Colonial Metalwork

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Silver

Vegetal Saw Fish
Located in Mexico City, MX
The swordfish has been a very interesting decoration symbol within the most notable houses and places of Mexico. Likewise, this wonderful piece has been a very important symbol since the time of the Aztecs since it was used as a weapon. As a contribution to the environment and in a more natural way, we offer these wonderful pieces that pretend to be the defense of sawfish (Pristis pectinata...
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2010s Natural Specimens

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Palmwood

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By Sergio Hernández
Located in Mexico City, MX
Sergio Hernández is a Mexican painter originally from Oaxaca, a forerunner of the legacy of renowned artists such as Francisco Toledo. Within his work we can see elements typical of ...
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21st Century and Contemporary North American Mid-Century Modern Paintings

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Paper

19th Century Mexican Lacquered Box
Located in Mexico City, MX
This chest from the 19th century is a majestic example of the technique known as ‘maque’, or lacquer, developed in Mexico over the centuries. It is lacquered in an orange background and profusely decorated on all sides. On its front a the ornament of two symmetrical Mexican flags...
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Antique 1850s North American Folk Art Decorative Boxes

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Wood

Sgraffito Glass Photophores
Located in Mexico City, MX
Pair of Sgraffito glass photophores 20th century Measures: 38 x 13 cm.
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Vintage 1950s More Candle Holders

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Glass

Viceregal Chiseled Silver Casket, Decorated with Organic Motifs
Located in Mexico City, MX
This incredible piece is made of silver embossed in the form of floral ornaments. These pieces belonged to prominent members of the nobility. In addition to their shape and possible...
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Antique 1750s Mexican Spanish Colonial Decorative Boxes

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Silver

19th Century, Traditional Mexican Lacquered and Hand Painted Chest
Located in Mexico City, MX
This hand painted box is representative of a technique typical of the Olinalá region, in the state of Guerrero in the South of Mexico. Guerrero is the most important lacquer produc...
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Antique 19th Century Mexican Trunks and Luggage

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Wood, Lacquer

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