Across from the Palace of Justice are two magnificent connected buildings on José Tomás Romos. This one has an elaborate gate flanked by Corinthian columns, ornately carved molding and two coat-of-arms with lion rampants and a crown. The street is named after a successful 19th century entrepreneur in foreign trade, importing and the sugar industry. I spent hours trying to identify this magnificent edifice that resembles Wedgewood porcelain but without any luck. Any information would be greatly appreciated.