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Ceramics from yesteryear
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This is a set of 4 dessert or salad size plates that were made a while ago in Oaxaca, Mexico. This style is known as "splash ware." These four plates are decorated with yellow, brown, rust and green flowers and are likely glazed with lead based paints. Don't be afraid of them! You can eat dry foods from them, like desserts, crackers and tortilla chips! However, you should not store food on them in the refrigerator. They are in pretty good shape with a few dings on the edges but no cracks or breaks. These plates are very fragile.
You will make a deposit of $35.99 to cover packing, shipping and insurance. If the cost to get them to you exceeds the deposit, you will get an invoice for the difference.
state of origin: Oaxacadimensions: approx 8.5" across