Lot 693

Salvador Teran Mosaic and Brass Water Pitcher 1950s

Estimate: $150 - $350

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Salvador Teran brass and mosaic pitcher, 1950s. Hand wrought brass pitcher with a wonderful glass mosaic depicting claws in black and blues. Stamped 'Handwrought, Salvador, Mexico, 414'. Mexican designer and silversmith Salvador Teran trained at William Spratling’s Taller de Las Delicias. In 1939, he and his cousins left Spratling to establish Los Castillo, where they remained for thirteen years working anonymously. In 1952, Salvador moved to Mexico City where he established his own company, where he employed twenty-five designers. His designs draw inspiration from Pre-Columbian motifs. 9 x 7.5 x 5.25 inches.

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In overall good condition, apart from some brass Merchandise will be packed and transported by the purchaser at their own risk and expense. A list of recommended shippers is on our website: https://www.conceptgallery.com/auctions/shipping/ .

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