These handmade palm bowls are individually produced by our master artisan partners and take a full four days to weave using a special knotting technique from Mixteca region of Oaxaca. They’re made exclusively for our collection using the same ancestral artistry that has been employed in this region for centuries. Both elegant and durable, this bowl can be used to hold fruit, towels or grace a shelf as a stand-alone art piece.
The practice of biophilia in design honours the importance of the connection between humans and nature, and the healing effects that it has on our lives. This effort to bring the outside in not only encourages an atmosphere of calm and well being, but also offers the opportunity to live sustainably through carefully selected investment pieces.
This family of five master artisan weavers have taken great care to eschew the growing trend of weaving with plastic – an evolution that has become all to common in Mexico. They continue to produce stunning pieces from natural materials, taking into consideration aspects like changing climate and temperatures, which both affect their process. Three generations work together on projects in their home workshop.
35cm wide x 18cm high x 20cm wide on bottom (14” x 7” x 8”)
Wipe with a damp cloth to clean. Do not use harsh cleaners or bleach. Avoid getting this piece wet for risk of damaging the material. If this does occur, set the piece in a cool, dry locale and reshape if necessary prior to.
The noted price is for a single palm bowl. All noted prices are in USD and do not include shipping.
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