Bowl made of glazed pottery; with gently sloping sides, serrated rim; inside painted with brown swan.
Materials pottery Technique glazed painted.
12” Width x 9 3/4” , 2" Tall
With original paper label : "Alfareria Aldana"
Mexican Earth ware Bowl - Tlaquepaque, Jalisco
The Museo Regional de la Cerámica (Regional Ceramic Museum) in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico is located on Independencia Street in the center of the city. The museum is one of two main ceramics museums in the city, with the other being the Pantaleon Panduro Museum . It was established in 1954 to preserve and promote indigenous handcrafts of Jalisco, especially the state’s ceramic tradition. The emphasis is still on ceramics but the museum also has a room dedicated to Huichol art and holds events related to various types of indigenous crafts and culture.