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Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing. Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, spanish-influenced talavera and italian maiolica are sub-genres. Mexican majolica primarily differs from traditional talavera in the art form and use of colors. Traditional talavera is known for its intricate pattern work whereas majolica uses more free-form designs and artwork. The santa rosa workshop lies in the mountains of central mexico, high above the city of guanajuato at 8,360 feet. The company takes its name from both the town and the clay of the local sierra de santa rosa mountains used in the pottery. Started by the salazar family, santa rosa has been crafting majolica pottery for over forty-five years. Following tradition, today a group of the salazar grandchildren manage all aspects of the studio, from sourcing and firing the clay to glazing, painting and designing new styles. Plates

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Long Platter Serving Tray
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The colorful patterns of talavera pottery make a bright addition to almost any home decor, and every authentic talavera platter offered by is 100% lead free, chip and crack resistant, as well as microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe.
Waved Plate
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Hand-thrown from the rich soils of puebla, then fired and finished in a delicate mix of precision and artistry, every plate is a work of art that will become the focal point in any space.
Square Waved Platter
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Lovingly hand-crafted by the de mi tierra ceramic studio in puebla, mexico, this one-of-a-kind talavera platter will gracefully highlight any dining table, serving area, or wall of your home.
Arched Tin Mirror Natural
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Each frame is hand made by artisan families in the stunning colonial cities of central mexico.
Tin Mirror Frame Oxidized
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Each frame is hand made by artisan families in the stunning colonial cities of central mexico.
Azteca Tin Mirror Natural
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Each frame is hand made by artisan families in the stunning colonial cities of central mexico.
Azteca Tin Mirror Oxidized
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Each frame is hand made by artisan families in the stunning colonial cities of central mexico.
Arched Tile Mirror Natural
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Mexico has long been renowned for its beautiful and uniquely original tin mirror frames.

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