Spanish earthenware bowl, c.1790

Tin glaze earthenware bowl made in the town of Puente del Arzobispo, near Talavera de la Reina, an important ceramic center in the Castilla – La Mancha province of Spain. Puenta became one of the most important centers for ceramic production, after being founded in the early 1200’s.

Nine 2″ long rustic iron staples repair the cracks in this bowl.

Green, yellow and brown tin under glaze decorate the bowl’s surface with an abstract design.

Bowl measures 11-1/4″ diam, 5″ high.

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One Response to “Spanish earthenware bowl, c.1790”

  1. Hello, really like this sight with examples restored, I wanted to see the
    Spanish earthenware bowl it’s fantastic very beautiful. The repair and
    stapling restoration is just amazing. Thank You Bruce

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