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Mid-Century Black Mexican Pottery Vessel - Handpainted Designs, Spanish Markings, Primitive Shape

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Oh my dears - when you touch this delightful bottle you know you are simply caressing the stories of handmade history. Made of black clay pottery, also known as barro negro, this earthenware vessel was handmade made in Oaxaca, Mexico most likely around 1950 or before. It is handpainted with a red tear drop style banner, gold Spanish lettering and a green agave plant.

There is a small chip on the lip opening, but otherwise this bottle is in good shape. It is definitely a great conversation piece with it's unusual coloring, shape and markings.

About the Vessel: It measures 5.5" inches (height) x 5.5" inches (diameter) and weighs about 1.5 pounds. Shipping on this little treasure will be a little higher due to its fragile state and the need for a lot of bubble wrap to ensure safe delivery.

Please send a message with any questions.
Ms. Jeannie Ology

Mid-Century Black Mexican Pottery Vessel - Handpainted Designs, Spanish Markings, Primitive Shape

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 251 reviews
  • Favorited by: 47 people