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Meet the Makers

Whatever we do, we want to build a long-lasting connection with the artisans we work with. One that is based on trust and mutual understanding. That's why we visit their tallers (workshops), which are often located in or around their family houses and talk about the process, the time they need, how the family is doing, and the ideas they have. But we're not here to gatekeep where those products come from. Credit, where credit is due. So, it's a pleasure to introduce you to the talent behind your next home decor item.

Ahamar Ceramica

Hand-building techniques

Ahamar Ceramica is a studio dedicated to creating both practical and decorative ceramic pieces. They take pride in designing each piece with love and care, ensuring that every item is unique. Additionally, Ahamar Ceramica is passionate about sharing its knowledge of hand-building techniques and pottery wheel skills with others. The workshop, located in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico, was established in February 2020 with the goal of developing new designs and innovations using high-temperature ceramics. They have positioned themselves in restaurants, cafes, and homes throughout the area.

About Ahamar

Irma Santos de Martinez

A weaving legacy

Starting at age 7, Irma learned weaving from her sister. Her craft led her to Japan for a showcase and now, back in Mexico, she and her family, including her children and daughters-in-law, create and sell woven textiles like tablecloths and bags from their Oaxaca workshop. Irma's work reflects decades of dedication to preserving her family's weaving tradition.

About Irma