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Graphic, chic and contemporary in appearance, the design on this globe-shaped olla is the artist’s interpretation of the ancient storm cloud/ water spiral motif.
Located in northern Mexico, the potters of Mata Ortiz rediscovered shards of pots made hundreds of years ago, by their Pueblo ancestors who fled the return of Spanish rule in 1680. Since the second half of the 20th-century, their pottery has become award-winning, innovative, and highly collected. The pots are created just like Pueblo pottery north of the border: hand gathered, mixed, coiled, smoothed, painted, and pit-fired.
Black and white are a classic, timeless and glamorous combination. This bowl will fit in with art deco, as well as contemporary, traditional and country decors. Dramatic and animated, this is an unusual and striking bowl.