Mexican Poncherias (pair) M663

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Have to be experienced to be believed! Pair of Mexican poncherias, each with six punch cups with their own spikey lids. Made to look like a pineapple on steroids! 1960s. Probably Hilario Alejos Madrigal. Each measures 32"high and 24" diameter. One of Mexico's most respected contemporary folk artists, Hilario Alejos Madrigal and his wife live and ...

Herón Martínez Mendoza Black Ware Serpent Headed Candelabros Pair M609

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Herón Martínez Mendoza, the famed Acatlán ceramist, created this pair of black serpent headed candelabros. His black ware is quite rare, and very prized, as is all his work in its different phases. A giant in his field. Some chips and a surprisingly hard-to-spot repair with black electrical tape on one of the sockets, a brilliant ...

Ocumicho Diablito (Little Devil) by Teodoro Martinez Benito M610

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Teodoro Martinez Benito is one of only two artists from Ocumicho profiled in "A Potter's Mexico" by Irwin Whitaker and Emily Whitaker (1978).  It's easy to see why, out of a town full of celebrated artisans, he was selected. This diablito is superb, and at 22.5" really spectacular. Price on request. Mexican Folk Art Devils from Ocumicho Mexican ...