DINNERWARE

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    • Alban Coffee set

      $162.50

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Karla

      Elaboration: 89.375

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Alban Coffee set is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Appetizer Oaxaca set

      $102.50

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Sandra

      Elaboration: 56.375

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Appetizer Oaxaca set is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Artisanal Adrian Crockery

      $325.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Jaime

      Elaboration: 178.75

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Adrian Dinner Set for 4 is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Artisanal Bowl Large

      $27.50

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Pablo

      Elaboration: 15.125

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This artisanal bowl is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Beige Handmade Bowls

      $20.00

      Techniques: Pottery 

      Artisan: Pablo

       Elaboration: 20 hours 

      Country:  Mexico

      Community: Michoacán

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Beige Bowls Handmade in Michoacán with the highest quality! Price per piece
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Rectangular Placemate

      $14.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Concepción

      Elaboration: 10 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Round placemat

      $19.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Socorro

      Elaboration: 13 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Small Napkin basket with stone

      $21.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Lucia

      Elaboration: 15 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Square placemat

      $14.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Natalia

      Elaboration: 10 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf tortilla holder 1 kg with cover

      $28.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Moises

      Elaboration: 19 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf tortilla holder 1/2 kg with cover

      $26.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: julian

      Elaboration: 18 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and whitePalm Leaf Napkin basket with stone

      $20.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Marcela

      Elaboration: 14 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black Clay Plate Large

      $20.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Pablo

      Elaboration: 11

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Black Plate is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Black Clay plate small

      $15.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Sandra

      Elaboration: 8.25

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Black Plate is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Blue print mosaico

      $22.50

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Karla

      Elaboration: 12.375

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Blue print mosaico is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Coquito bowl

      $15.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Dora

      Elaboration: 8.25

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Coquito bowl is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Coquito small bowl

      $10.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Carmelita

      Elaboration: 5.5

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Coquito small bowl is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Crave bowl blue

      $26.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 34 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Decorated bowl blue in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Crave bowl green

      $32.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 34 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Decorated bowl green in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Crave bowl natural

      $26.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 34 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Decorated bowl natural in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Crave bowl redish brown

      $26.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 34 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Decorated bowl redish brown in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Criollo Crockery for 4

      $335.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Karla

      Elaboration: 184.25

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Criollo Crockery for 4 is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Crude Coffee Mug

      $15.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Dora

      Elaboration: 8.25

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This crude coffee mug is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials. This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”
    • Earth deep bowl

      $45.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Karla

      Elaboration: 24.75

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Earth deep bowl is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials.This pottery design is inspired by ancestral Oaxacan techniques. The design was inspired by the texture, smell, tradition and colors of Oaxaca. By getting this item you are contributing to the Oaxaca artisans and the conservation of their technique ofs and the conservation of their technique of “bring the land to life”

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