TINAJA – CHOMO-MAHUETA
Chomo is a Shipibbo name for small and medium sized pots. Mahueta is a Shipibo name for big pots up to 1.50 mts tall.
Tradicionally earthenware jars are used to keep water and masato ( barmy yucca liquor). In general these earthenware jars are used to keep liquids and solids. The earthenware jars that we offer in this catalogue are clairly decorative.
MOCAHUA - QUEMPO
Quémpo is a Shippibo name for a flaring bowl that is used to drink masato. The walls of this bowl converge in such a way that its rim is narrower than the waist, giving an elegant curvature.
JONI CHOMO HUMAN SHAPE EARTHWARE JARS
is a Shippibo name for anthropomorphous earthenware jars with face and human shaped. This characteristic is typical of the Conibo from High Ucayali. Some Shippibos say that they made these earthenware jars for the puberty fiesta.