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by Piedra Fuego - Mexico

Pantli Ceramic Planter

Original price $79.00 - Original price $99.00
Original price
$79.00 - $99.00
Current price $79.00
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This stunning Pantli Ceramic Planter is inspired by the Tzompantli, ancient skull-covered walls that can be found across Mexico. The Tzompantli were built by indigenous people of Mexico during the pre-Hispanic era and are a staple of Mexican iconography.

A modern reinterpretation of a classic, this planter will look wonderful in a garden, patio or to spruce up an empty nook or shelf in your living room.

Material of medium planter: Terracotta ceramic
Material of small planter: Ceramic

Medium planter: Diameter: 7.08" x Height: 7.08" (Diameter: 18cm x Height: 18cm)
Small planter: Diameter: 4.72" x Height: 7.08" (Diameter: 12cm x Height: 18cm)
Weight (Medium planter): 5.29lb. (2.4kg)
Weight (Small planter): 2.20lb. (1kg)



  • Patina may appear through time.

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Piedra Fuego

Mexican multidisciplinary artist Aldo Ávarez Tostado trained as an architect before expanding his practice to visual arts and object design. He founded his studio piedrafuego in 2013 to create interior decor items inspired by the territory and living traditions of Western Mexico. Aldo collaborates with master artisans in six different municipalities in the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, using techniques such as woodturning, ceramics, horsehair weaving, and basalt and Cantera stone carving.
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