Red Clay Piggy Bowls
Made in a Zapotec village called San Marcos Tlapazola by the famous "Women of Red Clay."
This family of little pigs were born during one of Innovando La Tradición's design courses. From a traditional piece, the artisans made transformations until the present piece was achieved.
You can use them as containers, for salsa, or desk materials. Plus, in 2012, they were selected to travel to New York City in order to be presented in the MoMA store.
The intense red color of these pieces is given by a slip with a special clay gather from a hillside near the village and then delicately burnished with quartz stone.
Style: San Marcos Tlapazola
Material: Oaxacan Red Clay
Dimensions: 3.1" x 2.4" (small) / 3.9" x 3.1" (medium) / 5.1" x 3.9" (large)
Our Promise: Ethically sourced from Mexican Artisans