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Mayalma – artisan crafted home accessories

Oh Mayalma how pretty are your wares!


I could spend hours browsing the Mayalma home store, each and every item is so beautiful. Picking my favourite to review was like picking a favourite child. How on earth could I choose! Have a look at some of my favourites …




Mayalma sell Mexican artisan crafted home accessories. How fabulous to own such pieces made with such love, skill,  care and attention.

Edward de Wolfe and his wife Alma who is Mexican started this business last year with the dual aim of bringing  these stunning and affordable artisan productas to the UK market   – and in so doing to help support the communities that had created them

All our products are made using age-old techniques, fusing traditional skills passed down through generations with contemporary designs.

From the collection I reviewed a couple of beautiful items that really caught my eye. First was the lovely tea pot and cups from  Michoacan pottery.  The quality of the pottery is outstanding and I am just so happy to serve tea in this delightful pottery.

The cups and teapot also come in dark blue and a short spouted teapot option is also available.


Totally lead free, each piece takes approximately 4 weeks to make, as a result of an intensive baking process for the pottery and because of the intricacies of the designs on each piece made

So gorgeous …this has been my most liked instagram image ever!

Teapot £50

Cup and saucer £15

I also reviewed this absolutely stunning sky halo jug


This jug is intricately mouth blown from recycled glass with the highest level of attention paid to quality and detail

Jug £26

It ould be used as a water jug or flower vase whatever takes you fancy.

What beautiful pieces Mayalma have, so well crafted, interesting vibrant and timeless. Sigh. I think i am a little in love with Mexico.



  1. November 10, 2015 / 9:49 am

    What fantastic pieces, I love the cute little teapot! I also love the fact that the jug is being used for flowers too and not just water.

  2. Penny
    November 9, 2015 / 11:38 am

    That chair is so cool! Then I saw the teapot, can I come over now please 😉

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