Impressive Mexican hand glazed ceramic bull's head, huge horns, can vary . Colors and pattern vary according to maker's mood. Cool to use with a lamp behind and the eyes can then glower. Hand crafted Mexican home ware. 84x35x12cm
HORNS VARY ON LENGTH! WE USUALLY GET THE LONGER HORNS
Holy Kitsch! Mexican faience wares display streams of influence on traditional earthenware in Mexico. With the importation of glazed ceramics displaying Moorish/African Chinese Roman and Dutch influences new techniques were absorbed into the ancient arts and crafts movement of Mexico a result being these spectacular tin glazed ceramics.
The artisans in Mexico still sieve mix and knead their own clays and now use non-toxic glazes. This beautiful ware is a fantastic homage to herds that were moved by the indigenous across the vast plains of North Mexico and Southern USA once a part of Mexico. This is an ethical ware.
Bulls and oxen are often depicted by Western and Eastern artists being about masculinity and inner turmoil. Bulls in engravings/paintings/brushworks can be a dark and beastly presence used as metaphor for all manner of situations you could write a tome about the depictions of cattle in art.
Each bull's head is a different pattern as the patterns are created freehand by the artists utilising a collage way of seeing creating a design with vibrance and difference to match any decor. The head is symmetrical just depends on angle of photo
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