"Bandera" plates, made in Tonalá in Jalisco state. They're white earthenware with a red slip covering, decorated with white slip and aniline green.
This plate was made between the 1930s and the 1950s it's decorated with an image of a bird in a landscape. It's been glazed, which is unusual for Bandera ware.
13 3/4" diameter.
Mark: Impressed Stamped MEXICO on the back.
Condition: Glaze is slightly crazed, couple of minor glaze flakes along the rim. Some use marks.
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