Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Mexico Coat of Arms Tonala Burnished Clay Canelo Pot
ABOUT THIS TONALA BURNISHED CLAY POT
This exclusive Tonala burnished clay canelo pottery piece was created by Mexican folk art master Pablo Pajarito, one of the most renowned artists from Jalisco. The vase is beautifully decorated with Mexico's Coat of Arms on one side and some fish on the other.
Pablo is heir of the renowned Nicasio Pajarito and his pieces belong to the most important collections and museums of folk art such as Mexico’s National ceramics museum.
The speciality of Pajarito family is “barro canelo”; a type of clay that is painted using only mineral pigments from the soil of Tonala. Such pigments give a particular reddish tone to the piece. He has received many awards and his work belongs to the most important museums and private collections of Mexican folk art.
Tonalá is a small city outside of Guadalajara in the Mexican state of Jalisco, where potters combine ancient and modern techniques to create a regional tradition that is taught from one generation to the next since pre-Columbian times. The Pajarito family is doubtlessly the most important producer of barro canelo.
|HEIGHT||13.38In / 34Cm.|
|LENGHT||9.05In / 23Cm.|
|WIDTH||5.51In / 14Cm.|
|APROX. WEIGHT||3.18lb / 1.443Kg|
|REGION||Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico.|
|TECHNIQUE||Burnished canelo Clay, Each piece is hand crafted and hand painted.|
|CARE||Clean with a soft dry or damp cloth.|
|SPECIFICS||Signed by the artist.|