Limited Edition fine art
These famous miniature doors represent an intense history and are known throughout the world as remnants of the Spanish architectural influence in colonial Mexico. Established by a Franciscan priest in about 1540, San Miguel de Allende is located in central Mexico and named the first Mexican National Monument in 1901. These doors are still as they were when first built, many in the early 1700¹s. Behind many of these doors lie wonderful surprises in the form of courtyards of once and sometimes current magnificent gardens and living quarters. Most of the doors depicted in this series are still standing . Each deeply 3-dimensonal piece is cast in composite materials from an original master created by Dr. Ken Byers and then meticulously hand finished in original colors. Every detail has been attended to in the most critical manner to provide the viewer with a true experience of the history and artistic purity of the doors. They are permanently framed in an antiqued faux wood frame and lit from above with a subtile LED light to enhance the dimensionality and detail. Two AA batteries (included) will run it for years. Each door is signed and authenticated on the rear with a certificate of authenticity. This first series is limited to 25 reproductions of each miniature door and is offered at $325 each.
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Each framed door is 9 inches by 7 inches by 2 inches deep