Signed Ken Edwards Pottery Teapot Tall for Coffee Tea, Tonala Mexico El Palomar, Blue Bird Design
Here we have a blue bird tall teapot made by American potter Ken Edwards. Edwards studied his craft in Japan, went to Mexico in 1954 and along with renowned Mexican ceramicist Jorge Wilmot introduced high-fire ceramics-- wares fired at over 1000C which vitrifies the clay and eliminates the need for
Vintage Framed Kachina Maiden Fetish of Turquoise Multi Gemstones, Native American Indian Art
This Kachina maiden fetish is small yet striking, a piece of Zuni art made from turquoise, black onyx, serpentine, travertine, and possibly soapstone. The various stones are hand-carved and stacked, with subtle lines etched across the maiden's skirt. The tableta headdress is a single piece of m
Mexican Pottery Plate Guerrero Storyteller Bull and Rider Wall Hanging, Primitive Decor
This sweet pottery plate wall hanging was made in Guerrero, Mexico, by the Nahua artists who are known for painting charming scenes on pottery that tell a story. This scene is of a bullfight, and unlike those of Spain where the bullfighter kills off the bull, this has the rider leaning over the bu
Vintage Mexican Pottery Talavera Salt and Pepper Shakers, Southwestern Kitchen Decor Yellow Blue
These Talavera salt and pepper shakers are sweet, small and non-matching yet clearly they belong together. Neither has the rubber stopper on the bottom. And in fact, if you use them as decor over utility, who can blame you? They look like little flower buds or colorful garlic cloves. From the 1990s
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