Talavera pottery, from Puebla, Mexico, astounds the eye with its bright colors, intricate patterns, and overall beauty.
It's a kind of majolica earthenware pottery, made with natural clays that are very breakable. The intricate method of making the pottery contributes to it being pricey.
There are Talavera bowls, jars, pots, plates, sinks, and even tiles.
Can you imagine my shock when I saw some pieces in Marshall's in New England? I immediately bought the colorful pot shown in this post for my daughter.
HAVE YOU SEEN TALAVERA POTTERY?