Borrowing their form from the Euphorbia Trigona, also known as the African Milk Tree plant, this pair also nods to pottery traditions throughout the ages such blue Portuguese tile, Chinese Quinghua (blue flower) pottery and Polish pottery, which my mother collects.
- Bronze with sterling silver posts and ear nuts
- Handmade rivets secure pearl white drops (and provide lots of movement)
- 2" long
Combining ceramics, metals and textiles into items made to adorn, Hechizo pieces are the mementos of Hali's deep interest in materials and processes. Hechizo designs elevate somewhat less-precious materials such as ceramic cabochons set like gemstones - nodding to the value of the hand-crafted. The daughter of a carpenter and granddaughter of two generations of tailors, Hali enjoys carrying on a tradition of handcrafting objects made to be used, worn and appreciated.
Every handmade piece at Alma’s is a story of its craft.