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This item sold on December 8, 2012.

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Beautiful Redware clay pottery from Mexico. Mexico is written on the bottom of the larger of the two bows/trays. These trays are stacking trays and each has a different hand painted design using the coordinated colors of glaze. The largest one measures 7 X 10 X 2 inches. The smaller measures 5 1/2 X 9 X 1 3/4 inches, great sizes for decorating, not too small or too large. These are in very good condition with no cracks or repairs, and minimal chipping, shallow chips ruffled edge of the smaller dish (see pictures). There are tiny "pops" but otherwise just normal vintage wear for Mexican Pottery which, because it was low fired, always has a chip or two or a glaze pop or something. The colors are stunning and the red clay glazed has a deep burnished color that will beautifully accent any decor. Sale is final so please examine all photos carefully and ask any questions before purchasing. I will be happy to send more phtos if you like.
Shipping is to the continental US only. We will not combine shipping on this item.

Tlaquepaque Stacking Trays, Hand Painted Dishes, Mexican Folk Art Pottery