Ceramic Armadillo Bowl w Face Mexican Fine Art Décor Collectible Master Ceramist
- Gorgeous iridescent Medium Sized Bowl
- Diameters- 10 1/2"
- The Armadillos-
- Long- 7"
- Wide- 1 3/4"
- "The wealth of our people lives on in their traditions, which was inherited from us the knowledge of the land" Coatlicue Workshop, founded by teacher Ana María.
- Alarzón"Coatlicue, whose name means "Serpent Skirt," was the Earth goddess of life and death in the Aztec mythology.
- This amazing bowl was made by master ceramist Ana Martinez of the famous Taller Arte Coatlicue in Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca.
- Ana's ceramics are found in museums, galleries and private collectors homes in Mexico and different parts of the world.
- This amazing bowl has two hand made armadillos as handles.
- The armadillos are iridescent with lovely details.
- The whole bowl is iridescent.
- Various enamels with an iridescent-nacreous finish and metallic reflection were applied to the stoneware to generate a vibrant skin that would constantly change with natural light and the environment. A vitrification and metal deposition process were designed through successive applications of enamels and firings.
- The bowl is unleaded.
- Imagine such a an amazing bowl to have in your home, office or as a very special gift to someone special.
- We will make sure your vase is extremely well packed and is insured.
- Shipping is free.