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In a time when the world seems to be moving at an unfamiliar pace, perhaps you long for a place of peace in even a corner of your home.  This Geometric Triangle Luminary in Cream is a wonderful way to shine a gentle light when and where you need it.  Light an aromatherapy tea light candle, a string of electric lights, or a battery-powered tea light to bring about a sense of calm.  When you invite one of these masterfully created ceramic luminaries into your home or when you share it as a gift, you are also offering a place to share the stories of the artisans in Nicaragua whose livelihoods and futures depend upon your thughtfulness.

This beautiful ceramic luminary is handcrafted in a family workshop in the community of San Juan de Oriente, Nicaragua. The intricate geometric designs are etched by hand using a sharpened bicycle spoke. Each luminary is created out of local clay, turned on a kick wheel, hand-painted, and wood-fired in a beehive-shaped kiln. 

Measures 4.5" wide x 5" tall.

For use with real burning tea light candle, string of electric lights or battery operated tea light (not included).

During the 2020 pandemic, the families who create these gorgeous products are also struggling to put food on their tables because the demand for their craftsmanship is down.  To donate Rice, Beans and Amor to the Women of the Cloud Forest artisans ($20 can feed a family of 4 for a month), please CLICK HERE.  Thank you for your generosity!

Geometric Luminary - Cream

  • From Women of the Cloud Forest:

       "These unique luminaries are handcrafted by our talented artisan partner, Duilio Jimenez, in Nicaragua. They are made out of local clay, turned on a kick-wheel, sun-dried, hand-painted, and finally fired in a bee-hived shaped wood kiln. The process is amazing and the final product will surely become a family treasure."


    For more about Duilio, his wife Damarias, and the ceramicists for Women of the Cloud Forest, CLICK HERE.

  • Handmade in Nicaragua by Women of the Cloud Forest

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