Collection: SANTUARIO

Santuario, a space that we make our own, that we make sacred because of what happens in it. It is a space where we connect with ourselves, where we give ourselves the gift of time.
 
Ceramics, textiles, glass, wood... They are all objects that besides being useful are objects of contemplation.
 
The cup that you have only in your office so that your children do not break it, or the carpet that you put in the bathroom to keep your feet warm when you are doing your beauty routine. Objects that make connections more wonderful.
 
Drinking water is more beautiful in our carafes. Putting flowers is more beautiful in our vases. With Santuario, at each gathering, you are displaying objects that have a story to tell.
 
Santuario is a collection of objects created in our studio, others from guest brands, and a curation of Guatemalan folk art.
23 products
  • Cuadros Pillow
    Woven on a pedal loom, using Guatemalan cotton and wool. The technique used is known as Pepenado.
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  • Lobo Masks
    Created in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan. Animals play an important role in dances as well. The native dogs were called coyetes, however due to their characteristics and colors, it is most likely that these masks represent dogs brought by the Spanish.
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  • Mielita Bowl
    At Easter time, fruit and honey preserves are usually made. They used to be kept in clay containers with a special shape, this
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  • Agua Pitcher
    Inspired in the Agua volcano; calm, steady, and majestic. The Agua Pitcher by Xibalba is perfect for picnics and everyday adventures. Each piece is individually mouth-blown in repurposed glass by an artisan cooperative in the Guatemalan highlands.
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  • Venas Pillow
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  • Mujer Rosa Masks
    Created in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan. They date circa 1950. Probably made of avocado tree wood. She represents a Spanish woman, with pink skin tone. The detail of her cheeks and eyelashes is unique.
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  • Bodoques Pillow
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  • Man with Mustache Mask
    Created in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan. It dates circa 1950. Probably made of avocado tree wood. The Spaniards who conquered this region used to be represented at first as demons in the performances. With time, these demons were
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  • Copal Bowls
    These containers are usually called Braseros since they are used to place fathoms to burn copal and other incenses. They date circa 1960 and come from Nahulá, Solola.
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  • Pizote Mask
    Original from Nahuala, the coatis is a native animal of this region. They feed on fruits, roots and insects. It dates circa 1940.
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  • Esclavo Mask
    Original from Nahuala, the masks with neutral color palette used to represent slaves. It dates circa 1940. The type of wood is unknown.
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  • Fuego Pitcher
    Fuego. Arising, in movement, full of life. This pitcher by Xibalba is inspired by the active volcano, The one that reminds us of the power of the earth. Each piece is individually mouth-blown in repurposed glass by an artisan cooperative in the Guatemalan highlands.
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