Salvador Barrera Hernández

Jewelry with Mata Ortiz Ceramics

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C. Juan Ruíz de Alarcón #12,Chihuahua, Chihuahua
762 622 8708, 762 625 3372 WhatsApp
sbarrera@lapidariosbarrera.com.mx
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www.lapidariosbarrera.com.mx

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Salvador Barrera Hernández is originally from Nuevo Casas Grandes in Chihuahua, where he grew up near the archaeological zone surrounded by pottery. It was from there, that he formed the idea of carving pottery and framing it into jewelry.

 

His family has dedicated itself to lapidary work, cutting and carving stones. Using copper and a mixture of .950 silver and copper, he began to make jewelry using pieces of Mata Ortíz pots. At first, they were crude pieces, but over time, he improved the designs and finish. Now, as he tells us: "Our work is notable and defines us through its character and strength".

Since 2000, his pieces have merged the art of Mata Ortíz, with that of Taxco. He and his wife lead a group of more than 20 families where each person contributes to elaboration of the pieces they work on. This work has helped Salvador improve his quality of life and that of the others who work with him.

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