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by Amate Ceramica - Mexico

Xicalli Handmade Ceramic Vases - Set of 3

Original price $247.00 - Original price $247.00
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Spruce up your home décor with this Xicalli Handmade Ceramic Vases - Set of 3 . This stunning collection of decorative vases is crafted with ceramics from the Tlaquepaque region of Jalisco state, Mexico. Each piece is crafted by hand from raw clay, which makes every collection different and every piece unique within the set.

What’s astounding about the color of the vases is that it’s all natural; the color is affected by the burning of the oxides found naturally in the clay. The Xicalli collection takes inspiration from pre-Columbian ceramics traditions in Mexico, making it an instant classic.

Barro (low-temperature ceramic)

Small: 4.33" x 5.11" (11cm x 13cm)
Medium: 5.90" x 6.69" (15cm x 17cm)
Large: 7.08" x 7.87" (18cm x 20cm)
Weight: 8.81lb. (4kg)



  • The color is obtained naturally by the firing process and thefore might present shading and different hues.

Please note, this item is made to order and will take 4 weeks to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Handle with care especially when moving around, since a blow or fall could fracture the piece and compromise its structural integrity.
  • Amate Ceramica

    Darío’s love for ceramics is as old as the techniques he uses to mold clay with his sculptor’s hands. During his training, Darío became passionate about the historical transcendence of clay and created Amate Ceramica to revive pre-Columbian art.

    Today, Darío works predominantly with regional clay and experiments with its different reactions to temperature and treatments, fusing two alien worlds - the prehispanic and the contemporary - to create beautiful vases and decorative pieces that transcend time becoming true works of art.
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