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This a copy of a beautiful Chinese museum piece. I saw and bought some of these at a major museum show of Chinese sculpture in my state. They are stunning.
This was made in Guererro state in Mexico, probably in Ameyetepec. These artists are the same peoples who make the bark paper paintings they sell all over Mexico. They depict the lives the lead and t...
I have watched a master craftsman in Tonala paint these designs onto a clay pot he holds in his lap. His freehand strokes with a simple dog hair brust creates amazing designs. No fancy equipment, ju...
Beautiful earthenware pot made in Tonala,Jalisco, Mexico. The craft is handed down from generation to generation, designs can date back to pre-Colombian days. This is an elegant pot. I just donated ...
Definitely still from Peru!
Kirk's Folly brooches are especially noted for the many and interesting shapes and gems 'dangling' from the pin itself. Delightful pieces! All are signed by the company.
An amazing Kirk's Folly Christmas Tree brooch. 1979 company started on kitchen table by 4 siblings and Bloomingdales was their first customer. Business closed recently but these magican 'fairy dust' p...
I collect Christmas Tree brooches. This is or is identical to those created by the company called Gerry's, 1950-2001. Very popular Christmas pin. It is a textured gold tone pin with red and green en...
I believe this is a nativity piece, inexpensive, low-fired, that you can buy from a street vendor in most any town in Mexico. I have collected about 500 or so pieces like this to give to a local muse...
See carriages like this on Lee Price Arellano's excellent website, www.HeronMartinez.com. Many of us who collect Heron's work have one of these pieces and they are in a couple of sizes. So,this is ei...
I doubt that the design on these two pots are derived from the Aztec culture as I don't think the Aztecs got as far west as Jalisco. Perhaps the Purepecha and/or the Tonaltec cultures are more respon...
I have one similar to the one on the left. It is marked Ladislao, who I found out was one of the early 'master' potters of Mexico. This pot is all most identical to mine. Tonala matte finish piece. ...
I have several 'store front' Ocumicho tableaus. One selling tortillas, another selling shirts, a couple selling clothing and so on. All with the yellowish varnish coloration I prefer. I know very l...
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