Ceramic Hanging Niche Jimador Mexican Folk Art M. Rodriguez Décor Collectible
- Hanging Niche "Jimador".
- Tall/Height- 11"
- Wide- 6"
- Thick- 3" (including the font).
- A jimador is a type of farmer who harvests agave plants, which are harvested primarily for the production of mezcal, sotol and tequila. This task requires the skill of identifying ripe agave, which ripens in between 5 and 35 years, depending on the agave species
- This exceptional collectible folk art piece was made in Mexico by Moises Rodriguez B.
- His work shop is located in Patzcuaro, Mexico.
- As one 5 of Salvador Vasquez' apprentices, Moises learned the technique of Barro Bruñido from one of the “Great Masters”.
- He continues to combine his work with ceramic and wood.
- He has become very interested in preserving some of Tonalá figurative work from the early 1920s and often uses depictions of some of these wonderfully naïve characters and village scenes in his work.
- This lovely niche of a "working jimador" is an amazing piece of art.
- Moises has painted this amazing ceramic niche in beautiful and bright colors.
- Just add a small plant or maybe keys, jewelry or anything you like in the font.
- There is a small ceramic plaque that says Tequila above the man.
- Moses has signed this beautiful niche.
- What a wonderful gift for yourself, as a gift for someone special or for your office.
- We will make sure it is extremely well packed and insured.