Oaxaca Celebrates the Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) 2014

Brief and lasting impressions from a visit to Oaxaca for Day of the Dead, October and November, 2014.

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Oaxaca, Mexico, a very magical place on earth!  Be sure to visit the Pocas Cosas website for the best in Mexican and Native American Indian arts and antiques:   http://www.pocascosasarts.com

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Estela and Pocas Cosas at the Whitehawk Ethnographic Antique Show, Santa Fe, NM, August, 2015

This show in Santa Fe is one of the loveliest and most wonderful of the year! The setting is spectacular, and the items displayed are of museum quality.

Estela and Pocas Cosas were proud to exhibit at the Santa Fe Show, August, 2015, at the Convention Center in downtown Santa Fe.

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Estela and Pocas Cosas at the Albuquerque Great Southwest Antiques Show, August, 2015

Estela and Pocas Cosas had a great time at the Albuquerque Great Southwest Antiques Show, August, 2015.  It was a beautiful show!

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Estela and friends Lise Thomas and Ann Murdy at the Santa Fe, NM Ethno Show, August, 2015.

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Beautiful Liz of L.A., a Quechan Native of the Andes In Her New Dress

Estela and Pocas Cosas were at the wonderful Rose Bowl Flea Market on Sunday, June 14, 2015. We had the great good-fortune to meet new Pocas Cosas customers Liz and her partner Richard of Los Angeles.

Liz is a Quechan Native American from the region of the Andes Mountains. She fell in love with a beautiful huipil chinanteco from the village of Chinanteco in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. When you look at the picture of Liz in her new huipil, you will agree that this was meant to be!!

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Estela and Pocas Cosas at the California Tile Show

On Saturday, June 13, 2015, Estela and Pocas Cosas were at the California Tile Show at the California Heritage Museum in Santa Monica. The show was wonderful! It was filled with a wide variety of tile-work, vintage Mexican and California collectibles, textiles, and antiques.

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Takahiro Visits Pocas Cosas

On Sunday, June 14, 2015, our good friend and great customer, Takahiro Goko, visited the Pocas Cosas booth at the Rose Bowl. This was followed by a visit to San Diego. Takahiro is assembling a great personal collection of vintage Mexican folk art. He also is an avid sports fan, and loved the gift of a Green Bay Packers cheese cap!

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Takahiro and Estela with books Takahiro and cheese cap

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