Diane Winters on tue 4 nov 03
I do a little ceramic repair as a sideline and have had a repeat customer
who specifically collects old Tlaquepaque pieces (I've worked on a couple of
them). I don't know this guy well, but have the general impression that
he'd be honest in giving an opinion of value.
You may be able to come up with the name of a professional appraiser from
someone on Clayart, but if not, and if you'd like to contact this guy, let
From: Karen Sullivan
Date: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 6:57 PM
Subject: Tlaquepaque tile mural
>I have a small tile mural that is
>from the 1930-40's. The mural is a group
>of 9 tiles, each tile is 6x6x1/2 inches,
>so the total dimension is 18x18 inches square.
>I believe the tiles are Tlaquepaque,
>from Jalisco Mexico.
>I am interested in getting the mural
>appraised. The question is...does
>anyone on the list know of a reputable
>appraiser of Mexican folk art.
>I could send an attachment of the
>I am in need of help....
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Karen Sullivan on tue 4 nov 03
I have a small tile mural that is
from the 1930-40's. The mural is a group
of 9 tiles, each tile is 6x6x1/2 inches,
so the total dimension is 18x18 inches square.
I believe the tiles are Tlaquepaque,
from Jalisco Mexico.
I am interested in getting the mural
appraised. The question is...does
anyone on the list know of a reputable
appraiser of Mexican folk art.
I could send an attachment of the
I am in need of help....