Oaxaca Artisan Vessel - Handcrafted in Southern Mexico - Free Shipping!



This darkly gleaming, hand-crafted ceramic pot features the best qualities found in both "Oaxaca" and "Talavera" traditional pottery of Mexico. This vessel's richly patterned, hefty, black-clay body (in the style of Barro Negro Oaxaca pottery), and its bright, coppery-gold embossed floral design, which resembles the vibrancy of Talavera pottery, make this artistic piece most unusual and rare. ... Note the glowing, coppery-gold coloration in the scallop design around the neck. ... Free Shipping!

  • This vessel's characteristics closely resemble the art-pottery produced by famed Oaxacan artisan "Dona Rosa" (Dona Rosa Real de Mateo Nieto of San Bartolo Coyotepec). Her pieces are highly prized by collectors! ... Most Oaxaca (Barro Negro) black-clay pottery appears only in the monochrome, dusky clay of its origins. ... The Folk-Art pottery offered above is quite unusual in its two tones: dusky black and copper-gold. ... Barro Negro Oaxaca pottery is a form of Mexican Folk Art that is unique to the village of San Bartolo Coyotepec, in Oaxaca, Mexico. 
  • This artisan-crafted earthenware pot is free of any markings on its base; and it is in good condition, with no chips or cracks. This vessel was designed for display inside the home, and must not be exposed to weather; the pot is for decorative purposes only (not for food service or storage). ... The vessel's dimensions are as follows:  Height is 5-1/4-inches; widest circumference is 18-1/2 inches; base surface is roughly 5-inches wide; and vessel's mouth is 3-1/2-inches in diameter.
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