Vntg Ken Edwards Ceramic/Clay Heart Plate Mexican Folk Art Collectible Blu Bird
Beautiful Mexican "Ken Edwards" Collectible Heart Dish
- Height- 7 3/4"
- Wide- 8 1/2
- Deep- 1"
- Although it is a heart dish, it can be used as a for jewelry, keys or just as decoration.
- The colors are still vivid. Colors used are blue, browns and light gray.
- Add to your collection or start a new one!
- Ceramics of Jalisco, Mexico has a history that extends far back in the Pre History Period, but modern production is the result of techniques introduced by the Spanish during the colonial period and the introduction of high-fire production in the 1950s and 1960s by Jorge Wilmot and KenEdwards.
- Today various types of traditional ceramics such as bruñido, canelo and petatillo are still made, along with high fire types like stoneware, with traditional and nontraditional decorative motifs. The two main ceramics centers are Tlaquepaque and Tonala, with a wide variety of products such as cookware, plates, bowls, piggy banks and a many types of figures.