Concordia is inland straight east from Mazatlan in Sinaloa State on the west coast of Mexico.
Concordia was founded in 1565 by the Spanish Grandee, Francisco de Ibarra. It is known for its baroque architecture and for the manufacture of furniture.
The city's not being particularly known for its pottery makes this vintage piece all the more collectible. It is 3" high, 7" in diameter, and has a handle on one side. "Concordia" is embossed along with other decorations in the face of the bowl.
It is a reddish brown color and covered with a high-gloss clear glaze.
It is in good condition though it has some surface wear and a crack from the firing process that does not go through. See our photos for condition detail.
If you are collecting old Mexican pottery from all the states, you won't find a better sample from Sinaloa than this.