Mexican Ceramics 1966

his highly informative, well-made film focused on four geograophical areas: 1) Coyotepec, 2) Metepec (the art of Timotéo), 3) Tonalá (the work of Señores Palacios and Galván), 4) Puebla. Here we see low-fire pottery making as it was done by primitive methods before the potter’s wheel, and the manufacture of the beautiful blue and white Talavera and polychrome high-fire pottery of Puebla.

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Genre: Documentaries Mexico
Starring: Directed by Reino Randall and Richard Townsend
Year: 1966
Color/BW: Color
Movie Type: Public Domain Documentaries
Decade: 1960s
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