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Mexican Colorful Folk Art Ceramic Vase Tecuanes Dance Vessel

$5,000

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Beautiful Mexican ceramic vase made with cooked clay and decorated with acrylic paint. The vessel represents the traditional dance for the good harvest and fertility, practiced still in some small Mexican towns. One of the main characters in the piece is the jaguar, considered both a God and a devil. Created by master artisan Marco Antonio Castillo in the town of Izucar de Matamoros, in the state of Puebla, Mexico.

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At ATENTICA we seek out quietly successful artisans, designers, and artists mainly in Mexico. Here you can discover great artwork from isolated towns and places who have kept their traditions while innovating to bring the best techniques with a modern approach. At ATENTICA we are currently focusing on our second generation of artists, seeking techniques that are in danger of being lost due to the lack of artists and artisans who still practice them.
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Located in Queretaro, Mexico
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