We are a company committed to bringing you the best products and service
when you buy in our web store. We are open to the public and located in Camarillo, California, about
50 miles North Los Angeles on Freeway 101 with a 4500 sf warehouse stocking all of
the products shown online. Serving the cities of : Thousand Oaks,
Ventura, Camarillo, Oxnard, Simi Valley, Santa Barbara, Moorpark, Santa Paula, Port Hueneme,
and all of Ventura County. We provide a window for the world to
explore our beautiful collection of fine Mexican copper arts and crafts, including
hammered copper bathtubs, copper sinks (kitchen and bathroom),
ceramic copper vases, art deco, home decor, mission accesories, bathroom
accesories, copper plates, copper pitchers and a wide range of indoor and outdoor home
decor, made for some of the most skilled artisans in México.
Our core values are:
Our copper vases are hammered handmade. Our ceramic flower vases are
handmade and handpainted. This makes them unique,
as there are always minor differences in form, size and even weight. Our tablecloths
are hand loomed and very bright colored. Our product line is expanding and we are now able
to offer you distinguished home accents
to enhance your home style. Among others, we are offering you hammered copper bathtubs, copper
bathroom sinks, copper kitchen sinks, copper tables and a wide collection of home and garden accents.
Our commitment is to find Mexico's most beautiful arts & crafts and bring them
to your door. Visit different places
around the country where beautiful art decor are made and bring them to you,
at the lowest possible prices!
Our prices are low because we import high volumes from our suppliers
and keep them in our warehouse. This allows us to get very low
importing and transportation costs, which results in you paying less for
Most of our products come from central México.
The main source of raw material today is reclaimed copper from wherever this can be obtained.
The craftsmen hammer the copper to create the various artwork and other useful tools.
They also alloy copper and silver or gold to enhance the beauty of these handmade arts and crafts.
Our online catalog has samples of all these different materials.
craft workshops are a very old tradition, dating back to
pre-hispanic times. Today's copper-masters learned their trade as children from their parents.
The skills are passed down in each family, from craftsman to craftsman, with the oldest
craftsmen commanding the most respect because of their vast experience.