Pottery & Ceramics
Emilio Molinero Hurtado Vase
Featured in the book, Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art, Emilio produced barro brunido (burnished clay) in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan, until his passing in 2013. Drawing many references to pre-Spanish Mexico design and pottery, this anamorphic pitcher stands 11-1/2" tall and it's body is widest at 7" diameter.In excellent condition. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
Large Dripware Vase
This vintage Oaxacan piece is stunning in its size and color combination, featuring a floral motif of cobalt on white and green interior wash. The usual flea bites, crazing and a few glaze chips found in vintage pieces. Stands 19-1/4" tall and widest diameter of 7". In good vintage condition.
Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
Dolores Porras Mermaid Bowl
The Late Great Dolores Porras was a living legend in her lifetime; a prolific Zapotec potter in Santa María, Atzompa. Her signature mermaid bowls, pots and vases continue to be copied today as well her colorful animals, diablos and flowers. Bowl measures 2-1/2" tall and 11" diameter. In excellent condition. Piece is signed.
Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
SOLD! Guerrero Bowl
SOLD! Ameyaltepec (Atzacuoyala) pottery from the Nahua indians of the Mexican state of Guerrero. This vintage bowl is a beautiful example of their pottery and signature eye loop legs. Bowl is in very good vintage condition, with some fire markings from the firing. Bowl measures 3-3/4" tall and 11-1/2" in diameter. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
SOLD! Guatemalan Chicken Pitcher
SOLD!Rare Mayan pottery pitcher in the form of a chicken. Purchased by local potters from outside of Chichicastenango. These pitchers don't make their way North like they used to. Piece measures 11" tall and 8-1/2" in diameter. In used condition. Not vintage. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
Black Oaxaca Pot
New barro negro pottery decorative vase from Coyotepec, Oaxaca. Beautiful lace work cut and engrave pattern around with basket pottery ring. Piece is in new condition. 8-1/2" tall and 9" diameter. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
Vintage Oaxacan Bowls
From the Jimenez Studio of Oaxaca City, most famous for their Azteca dish sets. Set of five bowls with different marking underneath. Most definitely same artist. Excellent examples of Dripware and far more sturdy than you normally find. We love the one bowl with the etched flowers underneath the glazed flowers. In very good vintage condition. Each bowl measures approximately 7" diameter and 2-1/2" tall. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
DeGrazia Glaze Bowl
Ted DeGrazia is quite the legend and iconic figure here in Tucson. His original works are highly desired and collected. Most rare can be the pottery he produced with his wife in the 1950's. This small bowl is signed and painted with a beautiful turquoise colored glaze on brown clay wash in the firing. Bowl measures 3-1/4" diameter and 2-1/2" tall. In excellent vintage condition. Price includes US (mainland) shipping/insurance.
Jorge Wilmot Bowl
Rare Wilmot Pottery serving bowl featuring the iconic Wilmot Sun. This signed 7" diameterby 3-1/2" tall, vintage piece is in excellent condition. Price includes Shipping (US mainland) and Insurance.
Gorky Gonzalez Platter
From the Infamous Gorky Gonzalez Studio in Guanajato this 16 1/2" platter is painted in a lovely Cinnamon monochromatic color scheme. In perfect condition Price Includes (US mainland) Shipping and Insurance . Be sure to look at matching ginger jar in separate listing where we include some wonderful History of Gorky.
Gorky Gonzalez Jar
From the Infamous Gorky Gonzalez Studio in Guanajato this 121/2" tall lidded Jar is painted in a lovely Cinnamon monochromatic color scheme. 9" in dimater. In perfect condition Gorky was a educated Artist in San Miguel during 60's. He created his first workshop in Marfil creating Gene Byron designs for her punched tin trivets, dinnerware and iron furniture. Price Includes (US mainland) Shipping and Insurance . Be sure to look at matching Platterr in separate listing.
Older Talavera Platter
Unusual vintage to antique Talavera Platter. Features Deer motif in center. Done in the traditional Talavera Majolica technique, Glazes misfired in it origin. Platter is approximately 15" in diameter. In Very Good post firing condition, Markings (Manufacturer) unknown. Price includes (US mainland) shipping and insurance.
This Vintage Mexican Bank depicting a siesta Campesino is in nearly mint vintage condition. He sits 9 " tall, 3 1/2" wide and 2 3/4" deep. Most likely comes from Tlaquepaque, no stamp. Price Includes shipping an insurance to Mainland US.
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