¬ Each vessel is made by hand of the earth, fired in the earth of Northern New Mexico.



The earth used is wild micaceous clay hand dug and processed by Johnny Ortiz-Concha, from the same land that his ancestors of Taos Pueblo have dug for hundreds of years in the Sangre de Cristo mountains near Taos, NM. The clay is largely made up of silica, mica, rose quartz, feldspar, and sandstone.



All clay is dug and processed by hand, hand built and sanded with sandstone, slipped and burnished with a river stone, pit fired with rocky mountain red cedar and cured with elk marrow and beeswax all from the same terrain.






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