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Ken Edwards Vintage Decorative Mexican Stoneware Creamer. Mexican Pottery. Vintage Mexican Decor.

Ken Edwards Vintage Decorative Mexican Stoneware Creamer. Mexican Pottery. Vintage Mexican Decor.

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: ceramics, pottery, stoneware
  • Favorited by: 55 people
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Description

A great decorative and functional piece, signed by potter, Ken Edwards.

An American artist, Edwards moved to Mexico, and set up a studio there
to create and produce his line of ceramics....he now works out of another studio
but his studio continues in Mexico, headed by another artist who runs the space.

This is a lovely little creamer, with incredible details
and colour. Vibrant royal blues, delft blues, and soft, pale blues and rich emerald greens
make this a great addition to your collection.

About:

Materials: Ceramic Stoneware
Artist: Ken Edwards
Measures: 4 x 3"

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Shipping: All orders are shipped within 3-5 days of purchase. Combined shipping on items is not a problem, just convo for the cost to save.

Returns: All sales are Final.

All of the items in my shop are in vintage rustic condition. They are not brand new, and may have scratches, scuffs, patinas that enhance as they age. I try to describe items accurately, and describe any flaws that a piece may have. Everything is sold "AS-IS".

Please check out my shop policies for further info.

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Check out my blog here: http://touchthedutch.blogspot.ca/

Check out my other etsy shop featuring my artwork: http://www.etsy.com/shop/touchthedutch
A great decorative and functional piece, signed by potter, Ken Edwards.

An American artist, Edwards moved to Mexico, and set up a studio there
to create and produce his line of ceramics....he now works out of another studio
but his studio continues in Mexico, headed by another artist who runs the space.

This is a lovely little creamer, with incredible details
and colour. Vibrant royal blues, delft blues, and soft, pale blues and rich emerald greens
make this a great addition to your collection.

About:

Materials: Ceramic Stoneware
Artist: Ken Edwards
Measures: 4 x 3"

_______________________________________________________________________________

Shipping: All orders are shipped within 3-5 days of purchase. Combined shipping on items is not a problem, just convo for the cost to save.

Returns: All sales are Final.

All of the items in my shop are in vintage rustic condition. They are not brand new, and may have scratches, scuffs, patinas that enhance as they age. I try to describe items accurately, and describe any flaws that a piece may have. Everything is sold "AS-IS".

Please check out my shop policies for further info.

______________________________________________________________________________

Check out my blog here: http://touchthedutch.blogspot.ca/

Check out my other etsy shop featuring my artwork: http://www.etsy.com/shop/touchthedutch

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