Romantica Clay Skull
Romantica Clay Skull

Romantica Clay Skull

Regular price $50.00

*PLEASE NOTE: This item is available for pre-sale from APRIL 13TH - APRIL 20TH. After APRIL 20TH, the pre-sale will close until further notice. Each Mexican clay vase is made to order. Please allow 6-8 weeks for orders to be processed and fulfilled. 

Vendor: Casa Paz

Created by Oaxacan artisans in Santa María Atzompa, this romantica skull brings the beauty of Mexican culture into any space.

About the Artisans: 

Santa María Atzompa is recognized around the world for creating beautiful products made of green clay. Their designs have a distinct color and especially high quality. Auria (featured in the pictures above) is one of many artisans from Atzompa and her particular designs of cacti have captured the hearts of many. She and her family are dedicated to finding the best ways to use clay in the most natural way. Once the clay is molded, it is sent to a wood oven where the products bake for a few hours. Once the products are ready, they are coated with a one-of-a-kind green finish.

    Please Note: Each cactus vase is made to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for orders to be processed and fulfilled. You will receive an email with tracking info once your order is on the way. Due to COVID-19, there may also be shipping delays.

    All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be given on any purchases at this time.


    • Dimensions: 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches

    About Casa Paz: 

    Thousands of artisans in Oaxaca are suffering due to the coronavirus crisis. Casa Paz engages in fair trade practices and helps connect Oaxaca's artisans with the resources they need to continue selling their products. Casa Paz's mission is to share the artisans' stories and to shed light on the cultural significance of their craft.

    Giving Back: For every black clay vase sold, we will donate $5.00 to create despensas or “pantry baskets” for Oaxacan artisans affected by COVID-19.

    These baskets can include the following products based on the needs of the communities:

    • Grains and seeds (Rice, beans, lentils)
    • Fruits
    • Vegetables
    • Canned Items
    • Hygiene and cleaning products

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