New styles and Influences section from the Grandeur of Viceregal Mexico exhibition

Ceramic Pots
Ceramic Pots
Ceramic Pots Ceramic Pots Ceramic Pots

Tin-glazed earthenware
Early nineteenth century
32 x 33 (diam.) cm

These ceramic pots represent a new style of pottery introduced in Puebla in late 18th and early 19th century. A wider range of colors replaced the more traditional blue and white ceramics. This style is called azul punche, a reference to the light blue background color.

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