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Arte de Mexico in North Hollywood to close, liquidate

October 11, 2012|By Lisa Boone
  • Arte de Mexico is closing its 250,000-square-foot showroom in North Hollywood.
Arte de Mexico is closing its 250,000-square-foot showroom in North Hollywood. (Arte de Mexico )

After more than four decades in business, Arte de Mexico owner Jerry Stoffers has announced that he will close his 250,000-square-foot North Hollywood showroom complex early next year.

Everything in the showroom will be liquidated at reduced prices: Hand-carved antique doors from India that were $2,000 to $6,000 will start at $595, and hand-carved wooden columns and sculpted marble colums from India that had been $1,500 to $3,000 will begin at $499.

Accent chairs will start at $299 and ottomans at $99. Carved stone statues from Malaysia will start at $299, amethyst geodes from Brazil will start at $599, hand-carved antique doors from Mexico (an inexpensive coffee table top, perhaps?) will start at $499, and hand-painted Puebla pottery from Mexico will be $189 and up.

Even if you can't buy anything, a visit to the showroom is worth the trip -- if you can find it at the end of a residential street: Arte de Mexico, 5356 Riverton Ave., North Hollywood. Information: (818) 753-4559.

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