Micaela redonda

The Micaela collection evolved from the pichacha, a traditional colander used for washing maiz since prehispanic times. A collaboration between designers and artisans resulted in the first Micaelas, beautiful objects fit for use, or decoration, in modern life. Some mutations later, the round Micaela was born.

Micaela pots may be used as fruit bowls, but also as collanders in the kitchen, as plant pots, or to create an exquisite atmosphere with a candle inside.

Designed by: Macrina Mateo, Alberta Mateo, Kythzia Barrera

Made in San Marcos Tlapazola

Material: Red clay, burnished

Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm