Adriana Castro

La Coquette Dinner Plate


Adriana's grandfather José Maria Castro had an immense fascination for roosters. They say that their song represents the joy of seeing the sunrise after darkness. Not in vain, García Márquez reflected in "El Coronel no tiene quién le escriba" the values ​​of hope and resistance under the wing of this bird, as it also symbolizes the perception of life according to the eyes of those who look and the heart who feels it.

- Materials: Ceramics
- Dimensions: 8.2" (21 cms)
- Handcrafted and Hand painted in Colombia


Color: Red

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