18th-century large Lebrillo mixing bowl w/ Spanish motifs

SKU: 16125

US$2,095 US$2,326

A large Spanish ”Lebrillo” or basin mixing bowl, made of hand-crafted and glazed terra cotta dating from the eighteenth century. Likely originating from Granada, Spain, the bowl features vibrant blue and Morisco green hand-painted grapes and floral Spanish motifs over a milk-white glaze. Add color to your kitchen with this magnificent hand-crafted bowl which would look fabulous holding bright oranges and lemons.

Note the solid repairs consisting of eighteenth-century copper staples on the outside and more recent repairs noted by small fissure to glaze on inside in close-up photos. These repairs mark efforts to ensure its beauty and history will continue be enjoyed for many more generations to come!

May have been retouched, repaired and revarnished over time.
Approx. overall 5½" high x 15¾" diameter
Approx. overall 14cm high x 40cm diameter

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