This is a mayan pattern embroidered by a designer from Guatemala. Mayan patterns were commonly seeing in archeological sites such as Palenque in Chiapas,Mexico. Cultural aspects influence different designs from all over the world

This is a mayan pattern embroidered by a designer from Guatemala. Mayan patterns were commonly seeing in archeological sites such as Palenque in Chiapas,Mexico. Cultural aspects influence different designs from all over the world

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Talavera (tiles) are a type of maiolica earthenware, from Puebla, Atlixco, Cholula and Tecali. All are hand-thrown, with tin and lead natural pigment glazes. The 6 permitted colors are blue, yellow, black, green, orange and mauve.

Talavera (tiles) are a type of maiolica earthenware, from Puebla, Atlixco, Cholula and Tecali. All are hand-thrown, with tin and lead natural pigment glazes. The 6 permitted colors are blue, yellow, black, green, orange and mauve.

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Mexican Folk Art Patterns | Displaying (19) Gallery Images For Traditional Mexican Patterns...
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Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

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Mexico flowers, pattern and elements. Vector illustration - stock vector
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Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

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