Creamware, slip-docirated, birds, fish, and flowers, white, blue, black, Mexico. Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico.
Pedestal base, oval bowl and wide outward flaring rim. White slip with red paint in a target pattern. Areas of black around sides.
Clay bowl painted white. Black line and dot motif around exterior rim. Inside rim has black painted geometric motif, a black bird on interior bottom. Exterior base of bowl has artist signature, date p…
Footed white slipped vessel with red serpentine decoration. Pedestal base, oval shaped bowl and outward flaring rim.
Ifugao wooden bowl for food. Used for soups or stews. Made of Lapidikon wood which leaves no bitter taste on food. Dark, round base, bowl curves out from bottom. Points around rim.
Six blue enamel spoons. In most households these were the only eating utensils (i.e. no forks or table knives) used.
Water container, drinking cup, copper, shaped like a top hat.
Brass vase, flower and leaf design on outside and inner rim, flared at top and bulbed out in bottom half. Marked 'K.A.' etched on bottom.
Wooden bowl used for soups or stews. Made of Lapidikon wood which leaves no bitter taste of food. Oval shape.
Shallow basket, eggshell color with purple edge trim. Circular pattern.
Brass plate, pie-shaped. Turned brass, deep pan.
Large gourd with hole closed with corn cob.
Collapsible wooden cup with lid.
Cilas brass tumbler.
Corded netck pottery, coil construction, grey. Native American, Utah.
Enamel metal serving tray, white with blue pattern.
Brass, carved design of flowers and dog on topside of tray.
Cooking spoon, almost certain to be handmade.
Carved mountain goat horn spoon, black, broad bowl, pointed handle, Haida tribe, British Columbia.