Talavera-Style Ceramic Plates from El Salvador (Pair), "Vibrant Garden"
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Working in the time-honored style of Talavera handicrafts, El Salvador's Priscilla Urias de Benedetti creates a kitchen accessory to add a touch of charm and culture to your home. Crafted from ceramic, this pair of plates is decorated with colorful floral motifs that are carefully painted by hand.
- 1.34 kgs
- 3.0 lbs
- Each (2): 2 cm H x 29 cm Diam.
- Each (2): 0.8" H x 11.5" Diam.
Priscilla and her father give jobs to the artisans who help her keep up with the demand for her work.
The Women's Empowerment badge is awarded to female artisans or artisan groups that are led by women.
Priscilla's father, Cristobal, financially supports the education of her two children. One is studying to become a lawyer and the other is studying pedagogy. He also supports the education of a child in his community. This child comes from a family that doesn't have the resources to pay for an education, so Cristobal pays for his schooling.
Cristobal and Priscilla give work to two people with disabilities — one has down syndrome and the other has epilepsy. Cristobal feels proud to employ them and that he can provide them with dignified jobs in their communities.
Priscilla Urias de Benedetti has received 3 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $300 and the most recent for $300.
This artist is an elder master and continues to actively practice their craft.
Priscilla has done an interview for TV and Radio on women's empowerment.