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Oaxacan Red Clay Round Dinner Plate
The Oaxacan Red Clay Round Dinner Plate is a contemporary style of barro rojo, crafted by a cooperative of women in San Marcos, Tlapazola, Oaxaca. Each piece is individually formed and finished with a red clay slip, creating an eye-catching texture.
Dinner plates sold individually, pictures show groupings for size variations.
Approximate size. Due to its handmade nature, size and imperfections vary slightly.
Red Clay (barro rojo) | 100% lead-free
San Marcos Tlapazola, Oaxaca, Mexico
The Mujeres collective, founded by Macrina Mateo, is a 20-generation family tradition of pottery making. Macrina's worldwide recognition has earned her exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and features in Vogue. The intense red hue is derived from combining red and yellow clays sourced from the surrounding hills. Artisans craft the plates without molds or a pottery wheel, taking around ten days to finish each piece.
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