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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 )


FOR THE RECORD:

Sept. 17, 2014: After this article was published, Arte de Mexico’s owner decided not to close the store. Arte de Mexico is still open at its North Hollywood location.


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 columNs 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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