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Mexican clay mezcal glasses made in Pachuca, Hidalgo.

Tradicion Mexicana is a collection of utilitarian ceramic vessels in which the artist has created a visual and tactile narrative about the culinary syncretism in Mexico. In this collection, the creole plant species used to season food since Pre-Hispanic times have been printed as fossils over the wet clay. Each piece is unique and has been hand-sculpted and heated to a temperature of 2180 C.

This Collection production of  is the result of a deep research of the techniques and the experimenting with local materials. Several kinds of clay from Pachuca, Veracruz and Puebla were used for the elaboration of high-temperature glazes, traditionally used by potters for the creation of low-temperature comales (hotplates), flowerpots and bricks. It also contains volcanic sand from the Pico de Orizaba and ashes from the Popocatepetl, to create several glazes and textures in the porcelain.

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