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Camilio Sunflower Tafoya, Santa Clara Pueblo Artist

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Camilio Sunflower Tafoya (1902-1995) signatureSanta Clara Pueblo artist Camilio Sunflower Tafoya made traditional black carved pottery in the mid-twentieth century. After his son, Joseph Lonewolf, started the intricate sgraffito carving, Camilio picked it up too. Camilio also made tall pottery jars. Initially, he and his daughter Grace Medicine Flower worked together and co-signed pieces. Later, he worked alone.

Artist Signature of Camilio Sunflower Tafoya, Santa Clara Pueblo PotterCamilio Sunflower Tafoya (1902-1995), Santa Clara Pueblo, was the son of Sara Fina and Geronimo Tafoya, and brother to Margaret Tafoya. He started making pottery in the mid-1920s and for years specialized in large carved blackware.

Relative Links: Santa Clara Pueblo, Sara Fina Tafoya, Margaret Tafoya, Joseph Lonewolf, Grace Medicine Flower


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Each of our Mexican talavera tile is unique and handcrafted. The hand made nature gives it a warm and rustic finish. The tiles are made from clay dug out of the ground and fired to a temperature at which the clay undergoes chemical changes and becomes permanently hard. Then the tile is glazed and decorated by hand, and fired once again to give it its final and lively finish. Its physical characteristics make Mexican tiles particularly attractive and distinctive.

Characteristics of Mexican Talavera Ceramic Tile:

  • Characterized as unique, irregular, functional, and expressive.

  • All our talavera tiles have a red body bisque.

  • Mexican tiles are concave (not perfectly flat).

  • All of our standard 4x4 mexican tiles have a ¼” thickness. Larger and smaller tiles vary in thickness accordingly.

  • Colors and design may vary slightly.

  • Variations in contour and size are standard.

  • The tiles are slippery when wet if used as floors.

  • Crazing effect is inherent over time, and can be enhanced by using a contrasting colored grout.

  • Industry standard recommends to add on 5-10% additional to the tile needed to account for waste, special cuts, or other unforeseen problems. This is particularly important in complex installations.

  • Lot variation in size and color may be present from shipment to shipment. There is no guarantee that tiles ordered as add-ons will match those from the original orders. This is an inherent characteristic in all ceramic tiles, and particularly in all handcrafted tiles.

  • Talavera tiles are NOT frost proof.

Suitable Tile Usage for Mexican Talavera Tile:

  • All residential and commercial wall applications.

  • Bathroom walls, showers, back splashes, fireplaces, counters, and floors.

  • Pool chemicals may negatively impact glazes. Not slip resistant.

  • Light-use flooring: as accents flooring, or as a border to define an area.

  • Light-use countertop.

  • Outdoor use is subject to climate. Talavera tiles are NOT frost proof.

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Please keep in mind sample tiles may vary in color from future orders due to the handmade process.
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Talavera was introduced to Mexico by Spanish guild artisans of the Colonial period. Known as majolica in Spain, Mexican Talavera draws its name from the 16th century Spanish pottery center. The blue and white designs portray the oldworld legacy, and the indigenous floral and celestial motifs are distinctively classic.

Our Talavera is handmade by studios in Mexico and is 100% lead-free as well as microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe. The detail is outstanding, and due to the kilns high firing temperature all our Talavera tiles are also crack and chip resistant. (4" x 4")

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