Earth and fire are combined in this piece to honor the Pottery, millenary practice of Mexico.
features at the front a hand embroidered Vintage Tonala face head bank. Back, 1. Anthropomorphic water vessel from Mezcala, Guerrero. This vessel was molded by hand and a rope passed by the handles allowed to hang it. 2. "Jarro de Carita" de Santa Fe de La Laguna, Michoacan. 3. Pulqueros vessels in the form of booties from Barrio de la Luz, Puebla. These painted and glazed clay pieces were used to serve the pulque.