This museum quality 18th century Spanish colonial period talavera wedding pitcher from Guanajuato features a church, a dog and a young caballero professing his love to his bride. The inscription reads ‘Tenga mi Alma’ or ‘Take my Soul’. The vase is decorated all over, rich in color with excellent graphics throughout. The beloved pair are bedecked in their finest Sunday attire, she, with her colonial period rebozo and he, with his tailored pants, jacket and period sombrero.
* Exhibited at the Smithsonian Museo Alameda in San Antonio, TX., 2011 / 2012.
Dimensions: 8 inches high.
Condition: in overall excellent, original unrestored condition with only minor period foot and rim chips
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