Set the table with intention & live deliberately. The Kèw Plate is named after the Wolof nomenclature for one of the primary substances used in its construction. These plates are coiled using an ancient technique discovered by archeologists excavating the Sahel region of West Africa during the 1920s. With geological evidence of this art form’s existence for over 2,000 years, The Wild Collection offers a cultural and historical resurgence preserved in modern form.
With each vessel molded and glazed by hand, the production of each object takes up to 14 days rendering unique functional objects. Mugs are made from a mixture of indigenous Senegalese ceramic wildclay, terracotta, and quartz.
Plates measure roughly 1.5in tall x 6.5in wide
Do not use in microwave or dishwasher.
Hand wash with dish soap and pat dry.
Hand wash with mild soap and water.
best used dry
Ship Date May 30, 2022