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Chulucanas Statement Vase

Chulucanas Statement Vase
Prized for its distinctive pottery, the town of Chulucanas in Peru has been producing ceramics since before the Incas. This lovely vase from our Chulucanas range has travelled perilously by land - imagine the bumpy roads of rural Andean Peru! - and then by sea to reach you. Use it to decorate the mantel in your lounge alongside other pieces from the same range. Propped with flowers or not, this statement vase will add sophistication to any decor.
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Dimensions: 20x15cm
Made from: Clay
Please note: Gently wipe with a dry cloth

Handmade by Allpa

Named from a Quechua Indian word that means "earth", Allpa reaches approximately 2,000 families from 100 artisan groups.

Regular Price: $79.95

Special Price $50.00

Availability: In stock

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PRODUCT CODE: 5G0628

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Description
Prized for its distinctive pottery, the town of Chulucanas in Peru has been producing ceramics since before the Incas. This lovely vase from our Chulucanas range has travelled perilously by land - imagine the bumpy roads of rural Andean Peru! - and then by sea to reach you. Use it to decorate the mantel in your lounge alongside other pieces from the same range. Propped with flowers or not, this statement vase will add sophistication to any decor.

Dimensions: 20x15cm
Made from: Clay
Please note: Gently wipe with a dry cloth

Availability: In stock

Chulucanas Statement Vase

Regular Price: $79.95

Special Price $50.00

Producer

Allpa
Named from a Quechua Indian word that means "earth", Allpa as an organisation has existed since 1985. Allpa reaches approximately 2,000 families from 100 artisan groups and family workshops from Cusco and Lake Titicaca in the Andes to the desert town of Chulucanos to the Amazon rainforest area of Pucalpa.

For most of these people handcraft production is their only source of income. Allpa provides marketing assistance, infrastructure loans, tools and equipment, product development and technical help.

 

allpa crafters : Paucara Textiles from allpaperu on Vimeo.

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