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Terracotta Water Vessel

Origin: Northern Puebla

Crafted by the indigenous people of the Puebla region in the 1940s, this terracotta water vessel was once a functional tool for transporting water. Its deep natural terracotta and burnt orange tones gradually blend into a smoky brown hue, creating a sense of richness and dimension. The two ears on either side of the pot were originally designed to aid in carrying the vessel using a rope, and now serve as a distinctive detail. 

Due to the products being hand-made, there will be variations in the shape, size, and color of each item. Please note that the picture and dimensions provided are only a general estimation. All sales are final.


51 cm H x 51 cm W

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