more colorful mexican pottery that you may like .....
Ceramic Skull Interesting ceramic version of the decorated sugar skulls used to celebrate the Day of the Dead in Mexico. This beautifully detailed handicraft was produced by Gerardo Garcia in central Mexico. ($149.90)
Retablo Retablo made in Peru. Frame in Wood and figurines in clay that may vary as each retablo is individually made by different artisans in Peru. ($289.90)
Catrina Superb ceramic Catrina, produced by Gerardo García in central Mexico. This figure is hand painted using radiant colors and cheerful details, which matches the spirit of the Mexican celebration of dead ancestors known as the Day of the Dead. This festivity makes emphasis on celebrating and honoring the lives of the deceased. ($499.90)
Majolica Virgin Platter A marvelous creation of Virgin Mary, made exclusively for Talavera Emporium by the artisans at Santa Rosa. Can be wall hung or kept on a table stand as a display piece.This large platter is much prettier than shown in the picture. ($649.99)