Artesanias Antares

Ceramic Tri-Colour Cereal Bowl

These unique pottery pieces are handcrafted using the petatillo technique, which has been passed down through generations in Mexico. This technique is believed to have been first created in the mid 1800s in Tonalá, Jalisco. This type of pottery is distinguished by having an off-white or light yellow background filled with crosshatching. The technique requires fine white clay to be fired at high temperatures, which results in the products having a similar finish to porcelain, allowing for intricate and complex designs to be painted overtop. The pottery pieces were individually crafted by local artisans of Artesanias Antares located in Tonalá, Mexico. These pieces will bring a modern, textured flair to your dining experience, and are sure to become your go-to dishes for any occasion!

Specifications
  • Made from
  • Free of lead and toxins
  • May vary slightly in size, shape, and hue
  • Handcrafted in Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Measures 6" x 3"
Meet the Artisans
  • Husband and wife, Sergio Covarrubias Gabriel and Minerva Olea Pérez, opened Artesanias Antares in 1998 and have been creating and selling stunning pottery pieces ever since! It's a full family business, as their daughter helps run the business and their two sons help manufacture the products. Check out our interview with Minerva here to learn more about their family's pottery business and how they create the products!
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