These three little Oaxacan pitchers/creamers make a beautiful set.
Dripware forms an interesting blend of colors produced by allowing subsequent glaze applications to drip over the top of previous ones. The colors of these three pitchers include yellow, purple, gray, green, and cream shades (and all of the shades those colors make when they run together).
The tallest pitcher is 7.5" high and in good condition with one glaze chip on one side toward the bottom. The medium one is 6.5" high and is in very good condition with only a couple of glaze chips. The shortest one is 4.5" high and has a glaze chip on both sides. They are all marked "Oaxaca Mexico" on the bottom.
These three Mexican pottery creamers (or small pitchers) most likely date to the 1930s.
(Inv Codes: WL 5912-A06C, RP 6511-L29)
Item ID: 606
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