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by Matope Ceramica - Mexico

Paper Clay and Red Clay Necklace

Original price $49.00 - Original price $49.00
Original price
$49.00 - $49.00
Current price $49.00
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This delicate Paper Clay and Red Clay Necklace is aesthetically pleasing in its simplicity. With movement, the rubbing of the beads emits a lovely tinkle. The pieces are made of paper clay and a beautiful red clay from Metepec, a municipality near Mexico City.

The silk thread that ties them together is strong and lightweight. Designed exclusively for the Nopo by Matope Ceramica, they are entirely handmade and as such, each piece is absolutely unique. Slight variations in hue or shading might be expected.

Made with high temperature Paper Clay and low temperature Red Clay, fired twice, reaching up to 1230 ° -Silk thread

11.8" (30cm)
0.055lb. (24.94g)



  • This product comes with a chain made of silk thread.
  • You will receive your necklace in a small special blanket bag to protect and store it.
  • Hand made.
  • Each piece has been made with care and attention.

This product is ready-to-ship and 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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  • Do not drop your piece from height.
  • Preferably put on and take off your earrings on top of a bed.
  • Wash ceramic part with water and a little soap if necessary.
  • Do not bathe or swim with them.
  • Matope Ceramica

    Marina was working in business administration when she came across ceramics in her research for a creative outlet. In 2016, she made the brave choice of leaving her job to dedicate herself to making and teaching pottery full-time with her brand Matope Cerámica.

    Marina loves the infinite creative possibilities ceramics has to offer and is passionate about making objects which people will treasure in her Mexico City workshop, Punto Cuatro.
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