The distinctly Mexican pottery called talavera traces its origins to Spanish majolica, which grew out of tin-glazed ceramics introduced by the Moors. Today, the Mexican village of Dolores Hildago is one of a handful of regions known for their talavera-style pottery. Artisans in open studios along the Calle de Puebla create the high-fired terra-cotta forms, apply white underglaze, and finish with colorful patchwork designs. Please allow for variations in each individually created piece. Can be placed indoors or outside.