This handpainted pitcher is made by Elena Felipe and Bernadina Rivera. This pitcher is ideal for using as a serving piece or as a decorative accent in any room. The piece is 9” tall and 4.5” in diameter at the opening. Felipe and Rivera are Purepecha potters from Huancito, Michoacan. The two sisters-in-law learned the craft when they were young and have been practicing their art for decades. They procure the clay for these vessels in their native region, and then use molds to craft the shapes. After being fired in an oven, the pieces are handpainted with nature motifs, such as birds, leaves, and flowers. The pots that they create are water containers that originated in the colonial era.
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