Each completely unique, these pottery pieces are among the few in the world that use vegetable pigments for decoration. The dark brown color of the stains is achieved when the bowls are removed out of the oven, at a temperature close to 900°C. The artisan then applies an ink made from cactus and oak bark.
This bowl was developed while searching for new markets for the ancient traditional pottery of Tonaltepec which was rapidly declining.
Approximately 8.5" x 5"
About the Brand
They are a cooperative of potters from Oaxaca, Puebla and Chiapas in Mexico. They offer simple and elegant hand crafted clay products, which combine the wisdom of tradition and the dynamism of innovation. The colors of 1050° are the colors of our land, of its rich geography of mountains and hillsides, its flavors, smells and textures. We are part of Innovando la Tradición, a project for social design, fair trade, cultural development, and personal and community transformation through the know-how of pottery. We are clay alchemists and turn mud into beauty.
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