BURNISHED NEGATIVE POTTERY

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    • Blue Astro flower pot

      $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 flower pot 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.
    • 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.
    • Blue Astro Round Vase

      $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 Round Vase 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.
    • Blue Flowers Wall Heart

      $146.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 151 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this blue heart 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 and Blue vase

      $65.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 58 hours

      One of our pre-hispanic collection pieces is this fun vase, blue and brown 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. size:  w. 8.2 h 10.6 inches

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

    • Brown Astro flower pot

      $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 flower pot 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.
    • Brown Astro Round Vase

      $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 Round Vase 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 Vase

      $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 Vase 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.
    • Coyote face flower pot brown

      $25.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 48 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      This piece is a part of the “Faces of Mexico” It is made in Michoacán in a small town between the mountains! A small group of artisans makes this Purepecha face flower pot black 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 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.
    • Cream Long Vase

      $75.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 120 hours

      This piece is a part of the “Pre hispanic Cream Collection” It is made in Michoacán in a small town between the mountains!  Pablo the artisan behind this beautiful collection uses an ancient technique that was lost and he and his family re-discover it recently! This piece will put a nice touch in any space at your home. Size: W 15 h 14 inches

    • Cream Prehispanic Plate

      $59.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 120 hours

      This piece is a part of the “Pre hispanic Cream Collection” It is made in Michoacán in a small town between the mountains!  Pablo the artisan behind this beautiful collection uses an ancient technique that was lost and he and his family re-discover it recently! This piece will put a nice touch in any space at your home. Size h 8 w 16 inches

    • Decorative wing folded plate

      $132.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 151 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Decorative wing folded 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.
    • Drop Cream Prehispanic Vase

      $60.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 120 hours

      This piece is a part of the “Pre hispanic Cream Collection” It is made in Michoacán in a small town between the mountains!  Pablo the artisan behind this beautiful collection uses an ancient technique that was lost and he and his family re-discover it recently! This piece will put a nice touch in any space at your home. Size: h 18 w 9 inches

    • 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 flower pot

      $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 flower pot 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.
    • Gray Astro Round Vase

      $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 Round Vase 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 Vase

      $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 Vase 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 and brown vase

      $197.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 58 hours

      This piece is one of our favorites from the pre-hispanic collection handmade and crafted in Michoacan. This vase is brown and green 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.

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