RARE Signed Reynaldo Quezada Mexican Black-ware Pottery 11" x 4" Tejido BowlAK007
RARE Signed Reynaldo Quezada Mexican Black-ware Pottery 11" x 4" Tejido Bowl
This exquisite handcrafted Mexican Black-ware pottery bowl showcases the exceptional artistry of renowned artist Reynaldo Quezada. The unique "Tejido" pattern adorns the outside surface of the bowl, meticulously etched by the skilled hands of the master artist. The piece stands at an impressive 11 inches in diameter and 4 inches in height, making it a true statement of cultural heritage and artistic expression. The fine craftsmanship and deep cultural significance of this artwork make it a remarkable addition to any discerning collector's assortment.
- Dimensions: 11 inches (diameter) x 4 inches (height)
- Provenance: Signed by the Artist
Sold as is. No warranty from the Seller. No Returns.
CONDITION NOTE: Used, but in overall excellent vintage condition. This piece does not appear to have any chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs that I can see or feel (see pictures). There are some raised tiny dots on the inside surface of the bowl and some brush/rub marks on the shiny bottom of the bowl near the signature (see closeup pictures). It is important to note that this bowl has a rounded bottom (not flat). Since these are vintage pieces of art, they do come with natural imperfections that add to their character (zoom into photos to look for any imperfections). Does not come with any original boxes, packaging, or any related paperwork. Will be packed carefully and insured for safe shipping. See detailed (zoom-able) pictures to know what you are purchasing.
Age of this piece (from internet research):
The exact release date of the bowl is not available, but Reynaldo Quezada rose to prominence in the 20th century. Given his established career, this bowl likely dates back several decades, making it a valuable and historic piece.
History of the Artist (from internet research):
Reynaldo Quezada was born into a family with a rich tradition of pottery making in Oaxaca, Mexico. He honed his skills under the guidance of his father, the renowned Dona Rosa, who is credited with reviving the ancient black pottery tradition. Reynaldo's dedication to his craft and innovative designs helped him achieve international recognition and acclaim.
Throughout his career, Quezada's exceptional artistry and commitment to preserving his cultural heritage earned him numerous accolades and awards. His creations can be found in prestigious galleries and private collections worldwide, making him one of the most sought-after Mexican Black-ware artists to date. Reynaldo Quezada's legacy lives on through his masterful pieces, which continue to inspire awe and appreciation for the rich artistic heritage of Oaxaca, Mexico.