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Our inventory is constantly changing but always includes a large assortment of collectors items.
We also offer custom manufactured reproductions & restorations at various levels.
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Santos, or "bultos"
Santos are also known, as devotional statues which were generally carved from wood and embellished with “gesso”, and “estodfado." These figures were often vested in fine silk costumes with elaborately detailed embroideries and real jewels.
Santos - Saint Joseph & Child
The term santos refers both to "saints" and to the statues of the saints that have graced filipono's churches almost from the beginning of the period of Christianization. Many santos were imported from Spain or made in Philipines by artists of Spanish birth, such statues are becoming rare and hard to find.
Capiz Windowpanes
Capiz windows made of Philippine mother-of-pearl from the oyster Placuna placenta. Since the 1500s during the Filipino Spanish period, these shells were used for windowpanes. The shellfish is named after Capiz, a province in Panay Island where it’s Capiz shell products have been exported to the Europe and the rest of the world for the past 300 years.
Konops or Canopy
Origin from ancient Greece, a 'konops' was a mosquito. curtain to keep the mosquitos away and they called it a 'konopion'. Medieval Latin adapted this word as 'conopeum', from there it makes way into Middle English as 'canope' as the name for the curtain, and eventually spelled canopy.

The Holy Family with
Child Jesus

The Holy Family sentimental significance contemplate the emotional aspects of the Gospel. It was most frequently portrayed in sculptures and paintings during the Renaissance era, it was also a favorite subject for altarpieces. In the 15th & 16th centuries it was frequently depicted in Italy and Spain.

Saint Michael Archangel
The Archangel Michael is the closest to the Lord in the scriptures, for his very name means "Like Unto God." As the eldest Archangel, he is given captaincy of all of God's natural phenomena, including rain, wind, fire, snow, thunder, lightning, and hail. Michael is believed by many to have appeared to Moses as the fire in the burning bush and to have led Daniel from the lions' den.
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave


Height: 19.00 inches
Diameter: 39.50 inches
Chairs: 3 pcs

Reference: OO - 00000
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave


Height: 19.00 inches
Diameter: 29.75 inches
Chairs: 3 pcs

Reference: OO - 00000
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave


Height:  26.00 inches
Length:   39.50 inches
Width:   36.00 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Puerta Traser
Circa XVIIth - narra


Height: 116.00 inches
Depth: 2.25 inches
Width: 78.50 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave


Height: 19.00 inches
Diameter: 38.75 inches
Chairs: 3 pcs

Reference: OO - 00000
York Minster Candle Holders
York Minster candle holders c1840. This replica pair of candle holders can be seen at the Methodist Chapel, built near the entrance to Piper Hill. This was a threat to the Church of England whose Parish Church was All Saints at Ledsham. The tall candle holders in the chancel had the base and top made from “Oak”. Each candle holder measures 42 1/2 inches high.
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave

Height:  26.00 inches
Length: 134.50 inches
Width:   36.62 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Blend of Antique Furnishings
gulong ng kalesa -  molave


Height: 31.00 inches
Length: 12.50 inches
Width: 21.00 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Blend of Antique Furnishings
coffee table -  molave


Height:23.00 inches
Length: 86.50 inches
Width: 40.00 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Molino Masa Harina
Circa X14th

The molino is a dedicated corn grinder which tilts around and ground the corn. It was commonly used by the locals of the Philippines to ground there corn in the past. Masa harina is different from ordinary cornmeal. Masa is made from nixtamalized hominy rather than plain maize corn. This makes masa tastier, easier to digest, and more nutritious.
Escritorio or Partners Desk
Circa XVIIth - Ipil


Height:30.00 inches
Depth: 32.25 inches
Width: 60.62 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Cierra de Puerta
Circa XVth

Cierra de puerta is an ancient fastening device which was to be used on a door, or container, restricting access to the area or property enclosed.
Ancestral Window Panels
Circa XVIth - Ipil


Height:34.50 inches
Depth: 41.00 inches
Width: 02.00 inches

Reference: OO - 00000
Aldaba
Circa XVth

Aldaba is an ancient door knocker that allows people outside a house to alert those inside to their presence. The knocker has a part fixed to the door, and a part (usually metal) attached to it by a hinge that may be lifted and used to strike a plate fitted to the door, or the door itself, making a noise. The struck plate, would be supplied and fitted with the knocker.
Antique furniture is the term for collectible interior furnishings of considerable age; often its age, rarity, condition, utility, or other unique features makes the furniture desirable.

We maintain a diverse collection of Philippine treasures in our inventory and a variety of antiquities that are continually growing daily. Our showroom has a huge range of items at reasonable prices. Our showroom is a place to discover original Philippine antique pieces that will inspire you to create a spectacular classic environment that people will admire for years to come.

Furniture can be a product of artistic design and is considered a form of decorative art. They serves a variety of functional role and sometimes even serve a symbolic or religious purpose. Furniture can be made from many materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. At this point, furniture became a status symbol wherein wealthy homeowners became more refined and demanded that their furnishings reflect their status and lifestyles.

Unlike contemporary reproductions, our furniture pieces are authentic, made with brilliant materials and local hardwoods, displaying excellent craftsmanship that remains unparalleled today. Our furniture appeal to people from various backgrounds and lifestyles. The crafters we have are experts in helping you and your client/s to design, replicate or reproduce a funiture that will create an atmosphere, whether it be formal or elegantly casual, rich with Philippine heritage flair and beauty.
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