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Hosting a party yourself? Give your hard work and hors doeuvres their due in these handmade Clay Three-Piece Serving Dishes. The glazed earthenware has dark brown mottling and a etched geometric pattern. The women of Lombok Pottery Center cooperative create pottery in a tradition passed down through generations for hundreds of years. Using clay dug near their villages, they shape pieces by hand, use simple tools to create designs and fire pots in communal pits using straw and coconut husks. In an impoverished area with little economic opportunity, this skill is a treasure, helping women earn sustainable incomes and their children achieve high levels of education.
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Lombok Pottery CenterLombok Pottery Center is a collection of four cooperatives of potters in Lombok, Indonesia. The potters of Lombok create their pieces using the traditional firing method of burying the pots in the ground, surrounded by coconut husk and burning the husks to fire the pots. Read more.
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