Vase withe Mayan bloodletting ritual depicting a kneeling woman and a Tlaloc warrior , stepping out of the gaping mouth of a serpent .
inspired limestone carving from Yaxchilan, currently in Chiapas, Mexico.

The vase was hand-made on a potter's wheel . After initial drying, the pattern was handwritten, then he was hand-carved.

After the first firing, vase was partially covered with colored glaze, leaving the pattern in a natural white clay color, and then covered entirely with a transparent glaze to create a shiny surface.

  • Weight           3,4   kg 

  • Height          24,5   cm 

  • Diameter     18,5   cm 

Tlaloc vase