BRUNIDO Burnished Clay Pot and Spoon Set
The BRUNIDO Burnished Clay Pot and Spoon Set is a collaborative effort between two women artisans, based in Puebla and Oaxaca.
These tiny pots can be used together with the spoon for condiments, or without the spoon as an espresso or sake cup.
Materials: Natural clay with organic river mud.
Dimensions: Pot measures 5cm x 5cm. Spoon measures 6cm.
Due to the nature of pottery, the colour and finishing of each piece is different. Very small chips or marks may form on the pieces, which is a natural characteristic of the traditional pit fired process.
Wash by hand only in warm soapy water. Avoid harsh scrubbers, which may damage the exterior finish. Do not place in the dishwasher or microwave. Food safe.
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The BRUNIDO Burnished Clay Pot and Spoon set is handcrafted by a master artisan who learnt her technique in Puebla, Mexico. She uses a simple wheel to form the clay by hand, before applying a type of river mud on the exterior which produces a sublime blush tone. After a vigorous stone burnish, these pieces are slowly pit fired over the span of four hours. The spoon is made from barro rojo, with texture and polish added through the use of corn husks, stones and coconut shells. The pottery is then pit fired for roughly one hour.
About the Collection
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Our conscious artisanal range from southern Mexico - mindfully handcrafted by legacy artisans. Featuring tropical cocuite wood and traditional barro rojo, finished by hand.
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