Pocas Cosas at the Rose Bowl

On Sunday, June 10, Pocas Cosas was at the Rose Bowl Flea Market. We sell at the Rose Bowl every 2nd Sunday of the month, except for August when Pocas Cosas is at the New Mexico shows, the Great Southwest Antique Show in Albuquerque (1st weekend of August) and the Whitehawk Ethnographic and Indian Antique Show in Santa Fe (2nd weekend of August.

Rose Bowl, space N-3.

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Email:   pocascosasarts@gmail.com

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Pocas Cosas at the Pasadena Antique Center Annex

Please, be sure to visit the Pocas Cosas booth at the Pasadena Antique Center Annex,     444 S. Fair Oaks Avenue in Pasadena, California. We are constantly adding new treasures of Mexican and Native American Indian antiques and vintage jewelry!

Also, please be sure to visit the Pocas Cosas website:     http://www.pocascosasarts.com

Email:     pocascosasarts@gmail.com

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Beautiful Mexican vintage devotional art at Pocas Cosas

Great treasures of Mexican retablos and devotional art.

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Chispa, the “soul” of Pocas Cosas

Chispa has been the spirit and “soul” of Pocas Cosas over the past 14 years. The loves the shows and the interested and loving customers!

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Beautiful Mexican vintage and antique pottery from Tonala and San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1920’s and 1930’s

These are some wonderful pieces of vintage Mexican pottery and ceramics from Tonala and San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1920’s and 1930’s. Incredibly beautiful!

Please, visit the Pocas Cosas website for treasures of Mexican and Native American Indian antiques, art, and folk art, textiles, jewelry, and much more. . . .

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Beautiful new pieces of Mexican and Native American Indian antiques and art

We are putting new treasures of Mexican and Native American Indian antiques, art, and folk art into the Pocas Cosas website!

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This is an exquisite Mexican straw-art (popote art or popotillo) scene of the Main Cathedral in Mexico City.  Popote art involves creating scenes using thousands of minute pieces of dyed straw or grass, popote in Spanish. This piece was created, c. 1920, by the famous popotillo artist, Gabriel Olay (G Olay).  This is a phenomenal piece of Mexican vintage fine/folk art!

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Visit to Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

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Wonderful visit to Taos Pueblo, just outside of Taos, New Mexico. Beautiful!

Be sure to visit the Pocas Cosas website for the best in Mexican and Native American Indian arts and antiques:   http://www.pocascosasarts.com       email:  pocascosasarts@gmail.com

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