Ground-fired Clay Spoon
HANDMADE IN BAJA
Ground-fired clay spoon for dips, sauces, salsas, honey, salt, 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 black markings from the fire. Due to their handmade nature, every spoon is a slightly different shape, size and color. Some spoons will be more brown/red in color while others more black - the unpredictability in color is due to the nature of the firing process, and we consider these variations desirable outcomes from the handcrafted method.
Pairs well with the corresponding black clay snack bowl.SIZE: 5.5" in L x 1.5" D (size varies per spoon)
COLOR: Beige/brown undertones with subtle gold flakes and black fire marks
HANDCRAFTED IN: Baja, Mexico
5% of proceeds are donated to a mangrove restoration project in Baja, Mexico.