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Number 3 of 8 beautiful Blue Matt Splatter Glaze Dinner Plate created by Felix Tissot in the late 1950's / early 1960's.

Incised on the back of the plate: Tissot Ceramica - DE - Texco Mexico and the number 27

Plate is in very good vintage condition without chips, cracks or breaks. There are 2 small spot glaze bubbles on the back.

Textured splatter design is on the front of the plate with a matte finish on the back

The base blue is between Cerulean and Blue Lagoon with a glossy splatter in the Prussian Blue range and rust color range. Collection is hand painted and colors will / do vary piece to piece.

color chart: http://www.colblindor.com/color-name-hue

size: 10.5" diameter with a 3/4" raise at the lip edge from the base.

Note: there will be a total of 8 dinner plates, 2 salad plates, 7 coffee / tea cups, 3 serving pieces and 4 soup/salad bowls.

We are open to a group purchase discount.

We will combine shipping with other Fleix pieces. Let us know and we will adjust shipping cost.

About the artist:

"In the year 1956 a naturalized US citizen of French origin arrived in Taxco, Mexico to start a new life, a new ceramic studio and a new family. Like many of the artists that had been drawn to Taxco's climate and congenial group of worldly ex-pates that had arrived to seek an ideal, Felix Tissot was looking to start a new life. He had been living at Leona Valley outside Los Angeles in a barren part of the Mojave desert w he was slowly establishing himself as a "Contemporary Modern" ceramist and his work had reached a level of professional production that he had several exhibits in the early 1950's at the famous Gump's department store in San Francisco.

After arriving in Taxco, Felix soon set up a studio in partnership with Antonio Castillo, at #17 Calle Veracruz on the corner across from the Santa Veracruz church and a year and a half experiment that produced a few rare Tissot/Castillo signed pieces. Felix also met a beautiful and talented artist from Canada, Jane Keenan and in short order they were married and living in an apartment in what is now Taxco's municipal hall "Casa Jana" w we see them over breakfast. also is seen the first line of ceramics that Felix produced in Taxco. (Thank you for the information)

Please contact with any questions prior to purchasing.

We are open to shipping outside the United States. Please e-mail interest. Also, Please be aware that so far, shipping to Canada has been about double the USA mainland shipping cost.

On treasures over 100.00 we offer a Lay-A-Way option. (Very popular here at our brick & mortar) Terms are 1/3 down and two equal payments of 1/3 for months two and three.
To be paid in full by the end of the third month. Items not paid for in full will revert back to shop ownership with a shop credit issued.

Lay-A-Ways Must be Prearranged!

Local pickup is available on all treasures.

Thank you for your time and interest.

Felix Tissot Blue Matte Splatter Glazed Dinner Plate no.3

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pottery, blue pottery, ceramic, clay
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
  • Feedback: 171 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people