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Interesting shop with variety of artwork (gourds, sculpture, pottery) and some alpaca clothing. Perhaps the most unique items were the banana leaf pottery and masks of birds (parrots, macaws, etc) from Chiapas, and many Peruvian figurine-based pieces (including nativities, market scenes, mask shops) Prices seemed...More
If you want some mexican souvenir with taste and sophistication ,come here.
Nice objects ,very well done and designed.
Prices are high but you will not keep them in your closet when you will be at home.
(if you want just a souvenir, go to...More
WE always go back to Galeria Alpacora to see what we can buy. The craft items are for various venues including mostly Latin America. Go take a look and maybe be intrigued to buy
something. Check out the mirrors with figures made by hand from...More
Beautiful artwork in ceramic, wood, fabric and silver, most of it starting at $100 US (though there are earrings and small sculptures at less). The objects are presented well, not cluttered and the staff is helpful without pressuring.
We love this store!they have the most beautiful ,one of a kind,original artworks that I have never seen anywhere else.We puchased a hand carved ,original piece from this store at what I believe was a fair price .They arranged for it to be crated and...More
We have shopped at Galeria Alpacora and have never felt taken advantage of.....granted we have never bought sculptures....but their men and women's coats, sweaters, and wraps are of exceptional quality. You never find yourself coming and going....their outer ware is unique....and pricey BUT no more...More
I purchased a hand painted sculpture (alibrijes) from this gallery. When I returned hom to the U.S. I went to an artshow where the gallery owner was present and was obviously someone who specialized in fine mexican art. He carried and represented sculptures similar to...More