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Originally from a tiny village in Spain, Talavera found new forms of expression through unique motifs and coloring in Mexico, adding to the beauty of its distinctive shine.
Tonala & Tlaquepaque
These two cities are the main pottery producers in Jalisco, Mexico. They produce a wide range of cookware, plates, bowls and many types of figures.
Barro Negro pottery (black clay) is a style of pottery from Oaxaca, Mexico. It is most known for it's color, sheen, and unique designs.
In a remote river valley on the plains of Northern Mexico, a remarkable ceramic arts revival is taking place. There in the village of Mata Ortiz, approximately 500 potters are leading a renaissance of the area's indigenous pottery traditions.