Terrazzo is a type of composition. It consists of a mix of marble, granite, quartz, glass, shell or other suitable materials that is poured, cured, ground, and polished. Terrazzo has an interesting history with roots all over the globe. Going back more than 500 years to Italy where marble was the main material of choice. Venetian workers would use scrap marble fragments that they saved from their upscale projects, placing them next to each other in a clay mortar base for their own residence and terraces. While credit is traditionally given to the Italians, as it is commonly recognized that terrazzo was invented by the Venetians, archaeologists have found evidence of such floors in ruins in Turkey dating back 10,000 years ago.
These beautiful and very strong bowls were handmade with a mix of resin and marble. This bowl is not suitable for oven and / or microwave. Do not use alkaline detergents and do not use a knife or cutting tools on the surface. Not suitable for dishwasher. Hand wash with sponge.
Handmade in Mexico for Utilitario Mexicano.
Utilitario Mexicano is dedicated to searching, choosing and selecting Mexican objects: how many there are, who makes them, what are their middle and small traders. A tireless work of street curators devoted to dust off artifacts from yesteryear and forever. Utilitario Mexicano has over 1,500 singular objects , each with its uses and history, chosen for some particular reason, whose common feature is its usefulness. Products that were not made to be forgotten or to be replaced soon, but were made with the firm purpose of lasting.