Clay reindeer bank
The women of San Marcos Tlapazola in southern Mexico use clay from their surrounding fields to make their utilitarian, simple vessels. The vessels are made on a crude wheel with pieces of coconut shell or dried gourd to shape the clay and burnish. Finally, the clay is wood-fired.
This bank has a slot on the top for coins but there is no way to get the money out.
Size: 9.5" x 9" tall
Care: Hand wash