The Copalero bowl is handmade by Taller Coatlicue, a pottery studio in Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca, Mexico. Atzompa is a Zapotec town that has been a major producer of pottery since the Monte Alban period, over 2,500 years ago.
Ana Maria and her family mold their pieces on a hand-operated wheel. Through adventurous experimentation, the Alarzon Martinez family has innovated in design and firing methods achieving an extraordinary result that is both ancient and modern, traditional and contemporary.
available in 2 sizes
beige clay stained with coffee grounds
This unique ceramic bowl can be used in a variety of ways including holding jewelry, for burning ceremonial plants, or any creative use you can think of. It is food safe.
Color variations due to firing are a part of the natural beauty of this type of ceramic. Pieces will vary slightly in size.