La Challa produces daily-use stoneware objects inspired by northern Argentina. Each piece has a part of Native American culture, with both a contemporary look.
The enamels used are produced by La Challa itself in order to contribute to the protection of the environment. The production workshop is located in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, in the district of Villa Elisa.
Each object is handmade and is therefore a unique piece.
“La Challa” is an annual celebration ritual gathering all the villages of northern Argentina. The inhabitants dress in colors and bring offerings (wines, flowers, cereals …) in order to repair the harm caused to the Earth by Man; and in the distance, the llamas are watching…
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