more colorful mexican pottery that you may like .....
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)
Pilgrimage in Clay Pilgrimage. Low fired clay sculpture, handcrafted by Leonidas Orellano from Peru. ($900.00)
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)
Majolica Platter Another remarkable example of the Day of the Day art. This Mexican tradition is well represented in this square Majolica Platter. Made by Santa Rosa in central Mexico. ($99.90)