Roughly a century ago, these handmade vintage ceramic bowls were used for serving up traditional cuisine to locals in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Created with natural clay and white, emerald and coffee-hued glaze, these bowls exist as one-of-a-kind art pieces. They are ideal for use in a space as small fruit bowls, organizing keys and such in the front hall, or simply as minimalist shelf decoration – archaeological relics from another time and place.
These works were widely used in Southern Mexico during the turn-of-the-century to serve up hot chocolate, pozole and other local delicacies. They’re made from natural materials and reflect the storied tradition of ceramics that dates back centuries throughout Mexico.
Approximately 18cm wide x 7cm high (7” wide x 2 ¾“ high)
We do not recommend these pieces for food service. Due to the vintage finish, they should be washed by hand with cool water and minimal friction. No dishwasher or microwave.
Given the nature of handmade, sizes, designs and colors may vary slightly from the featured product image. The noted price is for a single ceramic bowl.
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