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Mexican Earth ware Bowl - Tlaquepaque, Jalisco


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

$150.00 Regular Price
$112.50Sale Price
  • 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.



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