The following pieces of a great middle period bedroom set created in the style of Juan Tinoco is for sale. A find of ours!
Email me for availability at dkatiepowell @ aol.com (remove spaces after you copy). We take PayPal (you pay an extra 2.9%) or cash; checks must clear before delivery. Delivery/shipping is a separate expense.
SIX PIECE SLEEPY MEXICAN BEDROOM SET SOLD
The original set had one owner, we being the second. The set is in good condition, with little damage as described below. (We are quite picky.) No restoration work was performed on these pieces unless described. The entire set consists of:
- 1 twin beds (Mexican carrying water motif),
- a center bedside table (twin cactus motif),
- a lowboy chest of drawers (cactus motif), and
- a mirror (Sleeping Mexican motif).
All of the pieces are marked but the bedside table with the burned horse shoe and name. All appear to be from the same time frame as they are all marked with the same items numbers, “780.” I have recently been told by a collector that this cannot possibly have been made when Tinoco was working with Mason.
To see each of these pieces look below.
The middle period Desert Dust finish
ca. 1937 Mason Monterey mirror features
the sleepy Mexican with the tilted sombrero.
It is in excellent condition, with minor wear as is appropriate.
Overall size is 30.75 high x 24 wide.
Mirror size is 23.25 high x 19.25 wide.
Small chip seen on lower right-facing edge.
This is a middle period Desert Dust finish ca. 1937 Mason Monterey Lowboy Dresser featuring cacti and a Mexican pot.
Monterey name brand and horseshoe are on back. In good condition, with minor wear as is appropriate. Drawers seat well, with no hang-ups.
There are darkened spots here and there as you can see in the images; the piece is in amazing condition.
The dresser is offered as part of the set, top. Images enlarge.
The twin bed, Monterey name brand and horseshoe are on back. In good condition, with minor wear as is appropriate. Slats are strong, no cracks, and slip into headboard and footboard easily. There are darkened spots here and there.
No Monterey name brand and horseshoe,
but the same lot number are stamped.
In good condition, with minor wear
as is appropriate. There are darkened
spots here and there.
We did not restore it in any way.
Bit of red paint splattered under drawer on left-facing side.
Bit of blue paint splattered under drawer on right-facing side.
I am interested in this dresser and possibly the additional mirror…can you e-mail me with prices of all pieces? email@example.com
The pieces are sold in two sets, though the mirror is sold separately.
I am a 71 year old born in Southern California and I was raised as a young boy seenig a lot of Mission and Monterey Furniture I have never seen this Southwestern motif before and these pieces are a remarkable example of Monterey. Thanks for the trip in time to my childhood!
I have this same mirror (only) in fair condition…