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RARE Vintage Mexican Folk Art CANDELABRA Tree Of Life CASTILLO Matamoros Puebla

RARE Vintage Mexican Folk Art CANDELABRA Tree Of Life CASTILLO Matamoros Puebla

LOT OF 3 MEXICAN FOLK ART POTTERY OWLS - 2 SIGNED BY ARTIST

LOT OF 3 MEXICAN FOLK ART POTTERY OWLS - 2 SIGNED BY ARTIST

Vintage Mexican Pottery Candelabra Folk Art  Sold "as Is"

Vintage Mexican Pottery Candelabra Folk Art Sold "as Is"

2 Vintage Mateo Tonala Mexico Folk Art Owl

2 Vintage Mateo Tonala Mexico Folk Art Owl

Old Vintage Mexican Pottery Tlaquepaque Ceramic Mug Cup Restaurant Los Comales | eBay

Old vintage Mexican pottery Tlaquepaque ceramic mug cup Restaurant Los Comales

Old Vintage Mexican Pottery Tlaquepaque Ceramic Mug Cup Restaurant Los Comales | eBay

Wright's Indian Art - Gladys Paquin (Laguna Pueblo)  Laguna Parrot Pot, Made in America  #MadeInUSA #handcrafted

Wright's Indian Art - Gladys Paquin (Laguna Pueblo) Laguna Parrot Pot, Made in America #MadeInUSA #handcrafted

Mexican Pottery is One of My Favorite Collections.  This is a Grande Piece from 1937, Brings a Homey Feeling to the Kitchen

Mexican Pottery is One of My Favorite Collections. This is a Grande Piece from 1937, Brings a Homey Feeling to the Kitchen

Vintage Tonala Mexico CAT Folk Art Ken Edwards/Jorge Wilmot  Pottery Mid Century

Vintage Tonala Mexico CAT Folk Art Ken Edwards/Jorge Wilmot Pottery Mid Century

Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing.  Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, Spanish-influenced Talavera and Italian Maiolica are sub-genres.  Mexican Majolica primarily differs from traditional Talavera in the art form and use of colors.  Traditional Talavera is known for its intricate pattern work whereas Majolica uses more free-form designs and artwork.

Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing. Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, Spanish-influenced Talavera and Italian Maiolica are sub-genres. Mexican Majolica primarily differs from traditional Talavera in the art form and use of colors. Traditional Talavera is known for its intricate pattern work whereas Majolica uses more free-form designs and artwork.

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