They’re also doing what they can to educate the potters in subjects ranging from design and technical skills, to organization and marketing. They’re also trying to educate the public about the importance of this craft through exhibitions, publications, and promotional activities.  Photo 14 of 16 in Caravana Americana Showcases the Passion of Latin America’s Design Community
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Another technique that they use to produce their lights is bruñido pottery, which hails from Tonalá, Jalisco, a city that’s become known as the cradle of pottery—thanks to the vast deposits of clay found in the area. This technique includes multiple steps using pyrite, sandpaper, and river stones to smooth the clay into a buttery, smooth surface—all even before it’s fired.  Photo 16 of 16 in Caravana Americana Showcases the Passion of Latin America’s Design Community
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