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Talavera Pottery by marveldcollector
Talavera Pottery was introduced by Spanish Guild Artisan during the Colonial period in Mexico. Today, it is known as Mexican Talavera Pottery. The name was derived from the 16th century Spanish pottery center, Talavera de la Reina and the art is known as "maiolica" in Spain. The older versions from Spain are the typical blue and white designs, portraying an old legacy, whilst the vibrant, yet ...
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