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Oaxacan Drip-Glaze Fish Pitcher

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As described by Hot Moon Collection

A dripware pitcher in the shape of a fish, often referred to as "Mexican majolica," made in Oaxaca in the 1940s. The glaze, which appears to be "dripped" over the bowl, is thick and very rich. This is an exquisite piece of vintage Oaxacan pottery.

About the Seller

Hot Moon Collection
Hot Moon Collection

Hot Moon Collection explores the world with a diverse, eclectic collection of timeless antiques, art, exotic vintage textiles, and small unique treasures. With her bohemian chic aesthetic, fine eye, and wandering spirit, Gaby Ruvolo has amassed treasures from flea markets, city galleries, country antique shops, and obscure villages.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
5" L x 11" W x 11" H
other; Hand-wash.