Ground-fired Clay Spoon
HANDMADE IN BAJA
Ground-fired clay spoon for dips, sauces, salsas, honey, small snacks, coffee beans and more ...
These clay spoons are handmade by a group of women in a small town in the mountains of southern Baja. The clay is locally harvested and prepared; then each piece is shaped by hand and ground fired. The ground firing process creates unique markings. The clay begins as a rich red color. After firing it mellows to an earthy beige tone with a hint of gold shimmer, and and black markings from the fire. Due to their handmade nature, every spoon is a slightly different shape, size and color.
Pairs well with the corresponding black clay snack bowl.SIZE: 4" D x 1.5" H
COLOR: Black with subtle gold flakes and beige/brown undertones
HANDCRAFTED IN: Baja
5% of proceeds are donated to a mangrove restoration project in Baja, Mexico.