Baker "Pavera" - Orange Rainbow
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In Michoacán this style of cookwares is called a pavera because it can be used to serve up a turkey dinner. And no doubt it would look great as part of your Thanksgiving spread. But with its beauty & versatility we think you will find yourself using it regularly throughout the year, not just during the holidays. It is oven-safe, so you can use it for hot dips & dishes. Or simply use it when putting out fruit or snacks at a party.
This dish is hand-painted and twice-fired in small batches through our partners' kilns. The name of the painting style is "Capuliñado", after the town in Michoacán where they are sourced. The Pavera is very popular among our local clients in Mexico City and the rainbow color scheme (or "arco iris" en español) is a favorite. The basin is painted in a series of colored rows, akin to a rainbow. The exterior maintains the natural color of the clay, but with a nice glossy finish from being fired with a transparent enamel.
PLEASE NOTE: the artisans paint the sequence of colored rows in various combinations. The sequence of rows within the arco iris may vary slightly from what is depicted in the photos.
Large: 17.25" x 9" x 2.75"; weight 3.7 lbs
Medium: 16.5" x 8.5" x 2.75"; weight 3.1 lbs
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