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- Stanley Furniture's Coastal Living Resort Driftwood Flats cocktail table emulates a seaside aesthetic. X-shaped wood forms a sculptural, fence-like base, while a glass top provides classic style. 50"W x 29"D x 19.75"H. Weathered Pier finish.
- The relaxed style of Provence is reinterpreted in this half wingback chair. With a lumbar support and generous proportions, the Napoleon invites all to unwind without sacrificing style. 42 inches high x 43 inches wide x 30 inches deep. Constructed from natural oak and vintage French fog linen. Antique brass nail head detail trims the front of the arm. Espresso brown finish on feet. Coordinating lumbar pillow sold together.
- Angel Ceron is inspired by the concept of duality in Aztec spirituality and art for the design of this mask. Existential duality between life and death is at the root of all conflict within oneself and in relationship with others. We are born with both impulses that of living and evolving and that of dying explains the Mexican artisan. Expert in pre-Hispanic art Ceron crafts a ceramic mask in which the green side of the face symbolizes life and the other represents a skull. An ornate headdress with serpents an eagle and two suns underscore the divine theme of this mask.
- Decorated with glyphs a skull stares toward the future from the pre-Hispanic past. Angel Ceron creates a somber image inspired by the tzompantli altars where the skulls of sacrificial victims were displayed. Seen in the Toltec Mixtec and Maya cultures the tzompantli is related principally to the Aztec or Mexica. They are depicted in the Ramirez Codex and early historians report six tzompantli in Tenochtitlan the Mexica capital.
- Stanley Furniture's Coastal Living Resort Driftwood Flats end table emulates a seaside aesthetic. X-shaped wood forms a sculptural, fence-like base, while a glass top provides classic style. 28"W x 28"D x 26.5"H. Weathered Pier finish.
- Tapestry Wall hanging. Incredible woven reproduction of artwork with amazing color and detail. Great look and value for decorating a large wall space. Lightweight for hanging. Fabric backed. Made in the USA. Rods not included. 55% Cotton 45% Polyester Backing 100% Cotton Laundering Information: Dry or Spot Clean
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