Natural Clay Soup Bowl
Natural Clay Soup Bowl
Natural Clay Soup Bowl
Natural Clay Soup Bowl
Natural Clay Soup Bowl
Natural Clay Soup Bowl

Natural Clay Soup Bowl

Sculpted clay soup bowl with a beeswax finish.
Regular price£98.00
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These natural clay soup bowls are distinctive for their unique shine, texture and earthy colour. Each bowl is crafted by a small community of women in the town of Reyes, Mexico. The soup bowls are wood-fired in a brick oven and burnished using an ancient polishing technique to seal the clay. They are then dipped in beeswax giving the bowls a unique shine and soft texture. Mix and match with the designer’s matching crockery for a full set.

This soup bowl is from the designer's The Stones And The Stone collection.

Material: Ceramic finished with pure beeswax.
Size: 14cm (diameter) x 7cm (height) each
Care instructions: This is a natural clay, which is a very good thermal insulator. It does not get hot with boiling water, so it will protect your fingers. Even though our pieces can resist high temperatures we recommend not to put them in direct contact with fire or for long time in the oven. The special finish with beeswax is resistant enough for food but you should avoid to use aggressive soaps or dishwasher. A soft and natural soap and a sponge is enough to clean them and preserve the beautiful shine for a very long time.You can be confident in the using forks, spoons and table knives with these products. Be careful with sharp knives as these can scratch the piece.

Handmade in Mexico. Shipped from Mexico. Delivery 5-7 business days. Due to ceramic nature this brand does not accept returns unless the item is faulty.


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ABOUT THE BRAND

La muerte tiene permiso*

Founded by architect and designer Omar Ortiz Franco, La muerte tiene permiso* arose from a desire to share a contemporary Mexican design aesthetic in a European context. The brand partners with generations-old workshops around Mexico to create objects informed in part by the crafts, histories and folk stories of Mexico, and also by Omar’s architectural design aesthetic. The collections combine the unique materials and historic traditions of his country with a contemporary finish that focuses on clean lines and attention to materials. The * at the end of the brand’s name symbolises that every object has its own story waiting to be researched.


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