West Elm is giving consumers new options to add some color and flair to their tableware with exclusive hand-made collections from Mexico.
Featured is the La Mesa dinnerware collection. Made in Mexico in collaboration with Diego Olivero, the hand-painted porcelain dinnerware was designed with aesthetics and durability in mind.
Olivero is co-founder of Meso Goods, a social enterprise that works to create economic empowerment for artisans across the world
LaMesa is made from hand-painted terracotta and includes a large plate, small plate and a bowl with all items are safe for use in the dishwasher and microwave.
Another featured Mexican-made tableware item available at West Elm is the Mexican Luster glassware. Crafted from recycled glass and featuring a classy curved brim, the collection is designed for use when hosting friends or for a quiet evening at home.
Sold as a set of four, all pieces will vary slightly in dimension and color as the glasses are handmade.
Also made from recycled glass is the Luster highball glasses, which are made from recycled blown glass. Sold individually or as a set of four, all pieces will vary slightly in dimension and color as each item is handmade.