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Lucia Quezada, Mata Ortiz/Nuevo Casa Grandes, Mexico
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Lucia is part of the second generation of the Juan Quezada family; she is the daughter of Juans's youngest brother, Reynaldo Quezada Celado and sister of Mariano. Renaldo is credited with originating this design and being the first to utilized mixed, "marbleized" clay.
Beautifully executed, very balanced. You can feel the finger marks on the upper inside of the pot but the visible interior is very smooth. Typically the family achieves the cuts using an old saw blade.
Availability of Mata Ortiz pottery has been impacted by the Mexican drug wars but is still a fabulous value for handmade pottery (NOT spun on a wheel) of this quality.
This pot will be provided with a pottery ring for display.
Dimensions: 2-1/4"H x 6-1/2" Diameter
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