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Glazed Ceramic from Central America

Ceramic, Glazed, Mesoamerica and Central America

Works of Art (14)

Basin (Lebrillo) with Lacework Pattern, ca. 1650, Mexican (Puebla), Tin-glazed earthenware decorated in cobalt strapwork with lace patterning in manganese (12.3.1)
Bowl with Lizards, 1st–5th century, Costa Rica; El Bosque, Ceramic (1993.79.3)
Carved Bowl, 6th century, Mexico or Guatemala; Maya, Ceramic (2000.60)
Censer (Incensario), 10th–12th century, Costa Rica or Nicaragua, Ceramic, pigment (1979.206.378a,b)
Double-Spout Bottle, 1st–6th century, Peru, Nasca, Ceramic (1978.412.91)
Jar (Tibor) with Decoration of Pendant Garlands, 18th century, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.8)
Jar (Tibor), probably 18th century, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.36)
Jar with Iron Collar (Chocolatero), ca. 1700, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.7)
Large Bowl with Equestrian Figure, ca. 1820, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.68)
Pair of Bottles with "Mosque" Motifs, late 18th century, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.44)

Covered Soup Bowl (Sopera con tapa), ca. 1808–21, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (17.108.11,.12)
Pair of Spouted Bottles, 2nd–4th century, Peru, Nasca, Ceramic (1992.60.6,.7)
Plate with Standard-Bearer, ca. 1670, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.4)
Plate, ca. 1820, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (18.36)
Soup Bowl with Handles (Sopera con asas), ca. 1840, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.51)

Large Bowl, ca. 1840, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.54)

Footed Bowl with Heads, ca. 1845, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.55)