FRUIT BOWLS

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    • Blue Astro Large plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Blue Astro Large plate 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.
    • Brown Astro Large plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Brown Astro Large plate 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.
    • Fruit bowl Large

      $132.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 151 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Fruit bowl Large 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.
    • Gray Astro Large plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Gray Astro Large plate 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.
    • Green Astro Large Plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Green Astro Large Plate 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.
    • Green fruit bowl

      $64.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 72 hours

      Give a pre-hispanic touch to your counter, keep all your favorite fruits or prepare a salad in our unique green bowl with an ancient Mexican negative/positive technique only found in a small town of Michoacan. There is only one piece with this design. The artist used negative positive fire painting and scratching to make the piece, the paint was extracted directly from plants and flowers. diameter 11.8 inch.

      Please note that due to the handmade nature of pottery, color, size and shape may vary slightly.

    • Mayan Fruit Plate

      $48.00

      Fair Trade: Yes
      of pieces made: 2 designs
      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 52 hours
      Artisan: Pablo
      This is a fruit bowl from our Mayan collection, the artisan and his family have been working with this technique from generations and generations. Made in Michoacán  Size: diameter 14 inches
    • Natural Astro Large plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Natural Astro Large plate 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.
    • Oaxaca Salad bowls

      $95.00

      Technique: Rustic Pottery

      Artisan: Pablo

      Elaboration: 52.25

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Santa Maria Atzompa

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This Oaxaca Salad bowls 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”
    • Pink Astro Large Plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Pink Astro Large Plate 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.
    • Pre Hispanic Brown Fruit Plate

      $54.00

      Fair Trade: Yes
      of pieces made: unique piece
      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 43 hours
      Artisan: Pablo
      Get this amazing fruit bowl!  Joel the artisan behind this beautiful collection uses an ancient technique that was lost and he and his family re-discover it recently! This collection is very special and unique. Size: 18x 12 inches
    • Pre Hispanic Fruit Bowl

      $65.00

      Fair Trade: Yes
      of pieces made: unique piece
      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 32 hours
      Artisan: Pablo
      Get this amazing fruit bowl!  Joel the artisan behind this beautiful collection uses an ancient technique that was lost and he and his family re-discover it recently! This collection is very special and unique Size: 16×7 inches
    • Pre Hispanic Yellow Fruit Plate

      $65.00

      Fair Trade: Yes
      of pieces made: unique piece
      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 44 hours
      Artisan: Pablo

      This piece is part of our pre hispanic collection handmade and crafted in Michoacan. This vase is black, yellow and red colored with natural paint extracted directly from plants and flowers. This technique is very ancient and has recently been rediscovered!Please note that due to the handmade nature of pottery, color, size and shape may vary slightly.

    • Red Pre Hispanic Plate

      $64.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 72 hours

      Perfect as a fruit basket or centerpiece, this red pre-hispanic plate is handmade and crafted in Michoacan. This technique is very ancient and has recently been rediscovered! The artist used negative-positive fire painting and scratching to create the piece, the paint was extracted directly from plants and flowers.

      Please note that due to the handmade nature of pottery, color, size and shape may vary slightly.

    • Volcanic flatted bowl

      $158.00

      Technique: Volcanic Stone

      Artisan: JACOB

      Elaboration: 94

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Estado de Mexico

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      this hand crafted Lava-stone flatted bowl is made in  Estado de Mexico by Jacob using age old stone casting techniques. The talented crafts people crush volcanic stone from the many active volcanoes, to embellish the pieces that will be gorgeous inside your home.
    • Chocolate Big Salad Bowl

      $28.75

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Vero

      Elaboration: 34.5Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Give a different look to you Salad Bowls with this beautiful collection. This technique originally from Zapotitla Puebla is called Burnished mud; the name comes from the use of different quartz to polish the piece at the end of the process. After the artisan takes the soil from the mountains, they leave it under the sun to dry for about 2 to 3 days. After this, the mud mixes with water and turn into soft mud to be able to work and mold the pieces. After the piece is mold, they leave it under the sun and then in the oven several times until it takes this authentic look.
    • Light Brown Salad Bowl

      $26.25

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Dematria

      Elaboration: 31.5Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Give a different look to you Salad Bowls with this beautiful collection. This technique originally from Zapotitla Puebla is called Burnished mud; the name comes from the use of different quartz to polish the piece at the end of the process. After the artisan takes the soil from the mountains, they leave it under the sun to dry for about 2 to 3 days. After this, the mud mixes with water and turn into soft mud to be able to work and mold the pieces. After the piece is mold, they leave it under the sun and then in the oven several times until it takes this authentic look.
    • Natural Brown Bowl

      $27.50

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Abigail

      Elaboration: 33Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Beautiful, simple and neat. A perfect bowl to go with the rest of your dining set. The technique used for this collection finish is originally from Zapotitla Puebla, called Burnished mud; the name comes from the use of different quartz to polish the piece at the end of the process. After the artisan takes the soil from the mountains, they leave it under the sun to dry for about 2 to 3 days. After this, the mud mixes with water and turn into soft mud to be able to work and mold the pieces. After the piece is mold, they leave it under the sun and then in the oven several times until it takes this authentic look.
    • Egg Container Natural Brown

      $24.68

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Vero

      Elaboration: 29.61Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      The design of this container was specially made as an egg container. It can be used as salad container too. Give a different look to you Salad Bowls with this beautiful collection. This technique originally from Zapotitla Puebla is called Burnished mud; the name comes from the use of different quartz to polish the piece at the end of the process. After the artisan takes the soil from the mountains, they leave it under the sun to dry for about 2 to 3 days. After this, the mud mixes with water and turn into soft mud to be able to work and mold the pieces. After the piece is mold, they leave it under the sun and then in the oven several times until it takes this authentic look.

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