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Tin-glazed earthenware
Late seventeenth century
42 x 64 x 7 cm

This platter from Puebla, Mexico is talavera, tin-glazed pottery. This platter reveals the many artistic traditions that combined to create a distinctive Puebla style in the viceregal period.

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