Hand-painted lines in a natural green pigment. Wow. This will get visitors in your house talking. Doesn’t need a thing in it! Source / Mata Ortiz Gallery, mataortiz.com

Mexican ceramics with optical illusions.

The history of Mata Ortiz, both the village and the pottery, can be traced through the archeological remains of nearby Paquimé, a pre-Columbian city state.

paquime pottery

Collected and cherished by people in many countries, Mata Ortiz Pottery is one of the finest and most innovative ceramics in the world - Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico

Mata Ortiz pottery is Mexico's greatest example of fine ceramics and contemporary folk art. It originates from the tiny town of Mata Ortiz, in northern Mexico, where world-renowned master potter Juan Quezada created the unique Mata Ortiz style. The pottery is inspired by the designs of the ancient Casas Grandes pueblo people and, as in the ancient tradition, incorporates only local materials found in the nearby mountains; from the coveted clays to the rich oxides used in the paints that…

Mata Ortiz pottery is Mexico's greatest example of fine ceramics and contemporary folk art. It originates from the tiny town of Mata Ortiz, in northern Mexico, where world-renowned master potter Juan Quezada created the unique Mata Ortiz style.

9 T x 8-3/4 W

Traditional Acoma pottery is made using a slate-like clay found within the hills surrounding the Pueblo.

This handmade burner comes from Chulucanas, a city in Northern Peru. Chulucanas is famous for its pottery, which has deep cultural roots that originate in pre-Hispanic cultures Tallan and Vicus (A.D. 500 years), extended in northern Peru. The Vicus culture, developed a few kilometers from the city of Chulucanas, provided the decoration technique “negative” that

This handmade burner comes from Chulucanas, a city in Northern Peru. Chulucanas is famous for its pottery, which has deep cultural roots that originate in pre-Hispanic cultures Tallan and Vicus (A.D. 500 years), extended in northern Peru. The Vicus culture, developed a few kilometers from the city of Chulucanas, provided the decoration technique “negative” that

A black & white contemporary pottery vase created by artisans located in the northern Peruvian town of Chulucanas.

A black & white contemporary pottery vase created by artisans located in the northern Peruvian town of Chulucanas using 2000 year old traditions

Large white jar with black fine line geometric designs by Katherine Victorino

Large white jar with black fine line geometric designs by Katherine Victorino

Peruvian - 3-unit Round Plates (Saucers) - Chulucanas by Zollera on Etsy

Peruvian - Round Plates (Saucers) - Chulucanas by Zollera on Etsy


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