Vintage Michoacán Batea

Vintage Michoacán Batea

42.00 60.00

This beautiful hand-carved wooden batea platter (circa 1950-1960) is of the traditional Mexican lacquerware style typical of Quiroga, Michoacán, along Mexico's Pacific coast. 

With a history spanning more than 450 years, batea platters are traditionally used for offerings, in addition to matrimonial ceremonies, dance dramas, processions, and parades. This handcrafted piece would be equally lovely displayed on a wall, or in the center of the table. Please see notes below regarding dimensions and condition. 

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CONDITION: Very good vintage condition, with minimal surface wear. One small visible paint pit, but no other large visible paint chips, pits, or cracks. Please see photos. 

DIMENSIONS: 13" diameter. 

RETURNS + EXCHANGES: We do not accept returns or exchanges on sale items. All sales are final.