Scenes of Historic Manila 1852-1909 by Felipe V Adriano Jr

A little remembrance from last nights event at Art in the Park is a purchase of 6 sets of laminated placemats depicting scenes of  Historic Manila from 1852 to 1909 by Felipe V Adriano Jr.

There so nice to be used as table mats, I would rather have them framed on the wall for people to see.

  • The Cathedral, Plaza Mayor, Intramuros 1852
  • Puente Colgante, Quapo at Casco sa Pasig, 1860
  • Plaza Cervantes, 1894
  • Sunday in Quiapo, 1904
  • Sun Agustin Church and Intramuros Houses, 1900
  • San Sebastian Church and Tranvia, 1909

 Go visit the Silahis Center in Intramuros!

744 Calle Real Del Palacio Intramuros 1002, Manila

Or, check out the website

http://www.silahis.com/about.html

There main showroom is The Silahis Center located in Intramuros, Manila. In a museum atmosphere with four departments, traditional artifacts and cultural crafts are synthesized with contemporary crafts and accessories expressing eclectic Philippine lifestyle.

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  1. Hi, Anne thanks for dropping by and liking my post about Historic Manila…
    😉

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  2. Do you ship to the U.S.? I’m interested in the place mats of Felipe Adriano’s paintings as shown above. Let me know and also how much it would cost. Thank you.

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    1. Hello Evelyn,

      Thanks for your interest on Felipe Adriano’s paintings. I love them too. I got the table mats in an art fair in Makati – If I remember, it was from Silahis Center Booth. Perhaps you should call them and ask them if they carry the table mats.

      Silahis Arts and Artifacts, Inc.
      2353 Sunrise Street, Concorde Village, MIA Road,
      Tambo 1701, Paranaque City, Philippines
      Tel: +63 2 853.6437 | E-mail: export@silahis.com

      Thank you.

      Jennifer Bichara

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