Conkal Pot

$225.00 CAD
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A beautifully crafted lava rock bowl that will look sophisticated and stylish on any countertop, table or shelf..   


Featuring a simple design that allows the raw material to be the star, these artisan-made bowls can be used to serve side dishes or they'll stand alone as a piece of decor.

This talented design collective based in Mexico City works with artisans from several states in the country to create 100% handmade objects for the home with the highest quality materials, highlighting a beautiful craft tradition.

Combining the talents of expert woodworkers from Veracruz and Mérida along with stone carvers from Puebla, the designers of these products are inspired by the historical, natural and primitive roots of the Mexican people, along with the beauty of the raw native materials––Guayacán and Tzalam woods, lava rock and marble

Shown here with the Cozumel Bowl Black, and Cozumel Bowl White

  • MEASUREMENTS: 9.5" diameter x 2.5" depth, 3kg
  • MATERIALS: 100% Volcanic Stone
  • COLOUR: Volcanic Stone
  • ORIGIN: Mexico
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Product Care

If your bowl is going to come in contact with any food you will need to season it before using. Place coarse rock salt into the bowl. Grind the salt into a fine powder using a pestle or wooden spoon. Now your item is ready to use. 

Wash with warm water immediately after use to prevent staining. 

Never use soap! A stiff wire brush with little water and a little scrubbing and then allow your lava rock bowl to air dry. Do you see those little porous holes on the molcajete? If you use soap, then soap is what your next batch of guacamole or salsa will taste like.

Meet the Artisan


Artisans of Mexico City

This talented design collective based in Mexico City is the brainchild of an industrial designer from Yucatán, Mexico and a textile designer from Caracas, Venezuela. Giving true meaning to the word ‘collective’, they work with artisans from several states in Mexico – Puebla, Veracruz and Yucatán.

This collective is inspired by Mexico’s historical, natural, and primitive roots. They are founded on the philosophy that we all deserve special, timeless objects in our homes that tell a story through the weathered hands of the finest craftspeople. And they deliver on this promise – using the textures and intentions of these ancient materials and designs to create contemporary pieces with ancestral power.

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