GLASSES

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    • Copper Coaster

      $30.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 25 hours

      Get all fancy with this coasters from our copper collection we have them in both natural and dark copper. This item is hand wash. This is must-have item for house parties, dinner nights and beyond. The package includes 6 pieces.

      Due to the handmade and hammered technique of copper, colors and sizes may vary slightly.

    • Copper Texture Glass

      $25.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacán
      Elaboration: 32 hours

      Take home these unique copper pieces. Enjoy your lemonade, water or a fancy cocktail in our textured glasses hammered in Michoacan. Hand wash only.

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

    • Palm Leaf Conical glass 13 cm

      $13.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Ana

      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.
    • Palm Leaf Conical glass 15 cm

      $14.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Lucia

      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.
    • Rustic Mexican Glass

      $20.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Ecofriendly: Yes
      Community: Oaxaca
      Elaboration: 3 weeks
      Artisan: Mariano
      This collection is the perfect example of creating something beautiful from mud and organic materials. This pottery design is inspired by the ancestral Oaxacan techniques with an improvement in usability and design. The design is 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” Size glasses: h 4 inches
    • Small Rustic Glass

      $10.25

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Abigail

      Elaboration: 12.3Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Versatile Glass. Use it for hot and cold beverages. 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.
    • Small Cup Light Brown

      $19.50

      Technique: RUSTIC POTTERY

      Artisan: Dematria

      Elaboration: 23.4Mexico

      Community: Zapotitlan, Puebla

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      This mug has the perfect size for your morning drink. 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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