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by Nelly Ortiz - Mexico

Ceramic Cactus Candle Holder

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The rich beauty of nature is embodied in this handmade candle holder that emulates the elegance of a cactus. Perfect for a mantlepiece or as centerpiece on a dining table, this one-of-a-kind ceramic candle holder is hand-crafted in San Bartolo, Oaxaca by master artisan Nelly Ortiz.

San Bartolo is known for its work with Barro Negro pottery (black clay), an ancient artisan technique born and celebrated from the region. Nelly and her family have been working for generations with this incredible black clay, designing sculptural heirlooms that will add vision and beauty to your space.

100% Black Clay

7" x 6" (16cm x 14cm)
1.54lb (0.68kg)



  • Triple Candle Base.
  • Hand-molded in Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Lead safe.
  • The candle holder is for 1" wide candles.

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Nelly Ortiz

Nelly Ortiz was born and raised in a small town just outside of the city of Oaxaca, known for its unique black pottery, also known as “Barro Negro”. Nelly’s entire family works in the family business run by her parents.

While everyone has learned the intricacies of this craft, each family member masters a specific part of the creation process and has his or her own role. Today, Nelly has a young daughter named Milagrito, “Little Miracle”, who has just begun to learn the secrets of black pottery from her mother.
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