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Humo

Smoke of burning mango leaves gives a warm glow to every Humo vase. The characters in this Peruvian ceramic family range from calm to groovy, from smooth to craggy, and are at their best together.

specifications

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name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/5 vases
size 9-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1207
price € 295.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/5 vases
size 9-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1207
price € 295.00
name Humo set/3 vases dark
size 10-20 cm / H 20-45 cm
color 3 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 195
price € 195.00
name Humo set/3 vases colour
size 9-10 cm / H 30-50 cm
color 3 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1209
price € 195.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00
name Humo set/10 vases
size 8-20 cm / H 20-50 cm
color 5 textures/colours
material ceramics
country Peru
productcode 1206
price € 595.00

care

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This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

This item is made by hand in Chulucanas, Peru, using local clay and age-old firing and decoration techniques. To assure a long and beautiful life:

- do not fill with water

- wipe off any spilled water

- avoid continued exposure to humidity

- avoid placing in direct sunlight for extended periods of time

- use only decoratively

more about the producer

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Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
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Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
read more

Allpa - Peru

Allpa is a well-run organisation founded by two sociologists who wanted to celebrate their country and its wealth and variety of traditional crafts. Based in Lima, Allpa works with producers throughout the country. The techniques vary per region. Pottery, true to tradition, is made in the northern town of Chulucanas, while textiles come mainly from the Andes. Allpa also devotes itself to the further development of existing handwork techniques.
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