Casitas Splatter-Ware Sopero Soup Plate1 available.
- locally foraged white ceramic clay
- kiln fired
- stone polished / non toxic glaze
- 1600’s design
- handmade by Camilla Trujillo in Española, New Mexico
The designs on the soup plate can be found in Colonial-era Churches through Rio Arriba, NM.
The soup plate takes its origin based on found pottery from archeological digs in Central New Mexico from the time the Spanish Franciscans established their first missions in the 1600’s.
After the Pueblo Revolt the plates were no longer made as a means to pay Spanish tax, the production of the soup plates became recreational, no longer forced, and so the designs flowered and the Native potters were free to treat the ware with their artistry.
More than one can be ordered and a discounted price is available when ordered as a set. Special order ships up to six to eight weeks from the date of purchase. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.