Attributed to the Huichol Indians of Mexico. Bulbous pitcher with triangular shaped rounded-rim spout and decorated with heavily varnished yarn. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. The states they reside in, Nayarit and Jalisco, are popular destinations for travelers. The artwork of the Huichol is intricate beadwork, embroidered textiles, yarn-wrapped pottery, and colorful yarn painting. For the Huichol, these handicrafts are a major source of income.
Place of Origin: USA
Date of Manufacture: 21st century
Measurements: 9″ Tall x 5″ Diameter