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Panajachel

Mayanke, Ceramica Pintada a Mano

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A lovely little shop for handmade ceramics

This location is a cute shop that sells hand-painted ceramics. I took several products home- one... read more

Reviewed July 12, 2017
Katie N
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Cincinnati, Ohio
Genuine experience, genuine artisans

My family and friends always enjoy an outing to San Antonio Palopo and a trip to San Antonio is not... read more

Reviewed June 4, 2016
Amanda F
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Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
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Jul 12, 2017
“A lovely little shop for handmade ceramics”
Jun 4, 2016
“Genuine experience, genuine artisans”
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This location is a cute shop that sells hand-painted ceramics. I took several products home- one was meant to be a gift, but it was so lovely that I couldn't let it go! However, do not be deceived, this location on Calle Santander is just a store to purchase their products. At
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My family and friends always enjoy an outing to San Antonio Palopo and a trip to San Antonio is not complete without visiting MayanKe. The ceramic work is well made and beautiful. Going to the source and seeing the process of creating a product proves to be an authentic
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The shop is 5 meters from the main street calle Santander, signs will lead you to the shop entrance. It is rather small but filled with many different kinds of pottery for the household or decoration. I loved so many pieces but was a bit surprised about the prices - the pieces
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We only wanted a small souvenir of our visit to Guatemala but were totally impressed with the array of products in this store. There is a great deal of fabric items for sale but this was the most impressive pottery store that we saw on our trip. This store is well worth
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Literally translated, “Ceramica Pintada a Mano” in English means hand-painted ceramics. When in Panajachel (Pana, for short), I stopped in this lovely shop loaded with handmade ceramic earthenware. I was not told that there was a factory where I could purchase the same items at
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