Tarro de Tabaco (Version 1)
- White Pottery with metal lid and decorative flowers, vegetables, geometric and scroll work blue decorations. In the center written "VARINAS".
Pote de Farmacia (II)
- Container to store ingredients to prepare medicines. It is cylindrical and narrowed in the center. Decorated in cobalt blue and white with the coat of arms of Castilla and Leon merged with a crown on top; both sides shows plant motifs, in symmetry. These pieces…
Par de Floreros
- From the Church of Our Lady of Mercy, 1962
- Carlos Zerpa began his Skulls series in New York in 1993. Created with ceramic, jewels, paint, and embedded objects, these skulls are (according to Zerpa) an homage to Mexico.
Jarrón Chino de la Dinastía Ming
- This container is a jar, made during the Ming Dynasty (1573-1620). It is characterized by being narrow at its ends and thickened at the upper part of the body. Elaborated in white porcelain with decorations of flowers and leaves in cobalt blue. The mouth of…
Pote de Farmacia (I)
- Pharmacy pot, anonymous artist (late 18th century, Cataluña, Spain). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Consuelo Andara in April 2018.
Jarrita con Asa
- Description Pending
Placa de Sagrario
- This tabernacle plate depicts the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) surrounded by beam lights, with a banner that bears the inscription: "ECCE AGNUS DEI".
- Pottery. Drop shaped and intended to store water or cereal grains.
Tarro de Tabaco (Version 2)
- White Pottery with metal lid and decorative flowers, vegetable, geometric and scroll work blue decorations. In the center is written "FARINAS".