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by Albaricoque - Mexico

Sol Clay Vase

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Original price $193.00 - Original price $193.00
Original price
$193.00 - $193.00
Current price $193.00
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This gorgeous Sol Clay Vase is crafted by skilled artisans in Capula, Michoacán, and the Mexican town famous for its centuries-old clay tradition. The perfect piece to place on a shelf, in a nook under some stairs, or in a multi-vase composition in your garden, the Sol Vase is delicately molded by hand and then fired in a traditional oven to give it a matt burnished finish.

Each vase is unique in its kind, crafted through a long and detailed process, which goes from the damp and malleable clay, through high-temperature firing, to delicate hand-burnishing.

Natural clay, burned in a traditional oven

Length: 6.29" (16cm)
Width: 9.84" (25cm)
Height: 15.74" (40cm)
Weight: 4.40lb. (2kg)


Please note, this item is made to order and will take 15 days to create. Once it is ready, it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

Free shipping on all orders over $100! Shipping time is up to 14 business days.
For made to order items, please check the lead time on the product page.

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.
See the full shipping and return policy here.
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  • It is recommended not to fill with water as the material is porous and can stain.
  • Dry cleaning is the best option for removing stains or occasional cleaning.
  • Albaricoque

    The brainchild of architect and designer Karina Herrera, Albaricoque was born in Michoacán from a passion for innovative Mexican design and a will to offer a piece of hand-woven Mexico in your space. Products are handwoven with chuspata, a reed growing near Lake Pátzcuaro and harvested by the artisans of Ihuatzio. With a complex process of desiccation and rehydration, the artisans prepare the fibers to weave baskets, lamps, and furniture with their magical hands.
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