Large Opaque Tonala Mexico Pottery Pitcher circa 1940

Among the many Tonalan styles of pottery is the un-burnished opaque one found in chargers and pitchers.

This large pitcher has a traditional floral design in cobalt blue, brick red, subdued blue, white, green, and yellow with some black accents on a tan base.

It measures a little over 14" high and is in quite good condition, no cracks and no major chips. It does have some surface wear, mostly to the white blossoms.

It is stamped "Mexico" twice on the bottom.

Tonala, now a suburb of Guadalajara in Jalisco State, was a picturesque village in the 1930s-1950s, when its several styles of pottery attracted so many Americans.

Item ID: 327

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