Both of our Toh Boutique locations (at Hacienda Chichen in Chichen
Itza and at the Cinco Calles in Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico) are proud to represent these Maya fine art masters:
Ceramist Roger Juarez
- In reproducing Mayan famous “Jaina”
sculptures, he uses the “pastillaje”
technique to model his clay mixture of three sacred clay caves to
create his accurate in detail, exceptional finishing master pieces.
He also has master the art of Royal Polychrome Ceremonial Mayan
reproductions that are perfect replicas of ancient Mayan pottery.
His work has earned him many National Awards and International
recognition. You can find his fine ancient Maya replicas,
Jainas and vessels at both Toh Boutique locations.
There are two other impressive Maya reproduction Master potters in
and Rodrigo Martin Morales (siblings).In the
tradition of their Mayan ancestors, both ceramists carry on the
splendid ancient polychrome technique by utilizing the same clay
mixture and natural pigments used hundreds of year ago.
Patricia’s art-pieces have earned her worldwide recognition. Her
trace and masterful mix of color, accuracy in weight and shape,
create the most complex and exquisite reproduction work collection
found to date. Both artists' lovely Maya replicas, jainas, vessels
at our Toh Boutique in Valladolid and at the Hacienda Chichen in Chichen
Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.
The artwork of these three Mayan Pottery Masters is found in
many museum and private collections. Each artist
regularly creates a selective reproduction collection of
ceremonial replicas exclusively for
Yalat and the lovely Toh Boutique,
Chichen, in Chichen Itza.
Both artists personally select each art piece to
their pieces have an Ancient Mayan Reproduction
Certificate of Authenticity issued for these two fine boutiques.
Special orders and commission art pieces can be requested to our lovely
Toh Boutique at Hacienda Chichen, Chichen Itza or at Cinco Calles
in Valladolid or by emailing us a request to: email@example.com
Marc Petit Jewel Collection: This is the most attractive
designer collection of
Mayan glyph and icons jewels ever! His exquisitely detailed
individual Mayan icons are pieced together with care to
assure comfort and beauty. Some of his artistic pieces
include jade central pieces in many of the collection's Maya
necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Marc Petit created a
special collection for the Toh Boutique at Hacienda Chichen, Chichen Itza,
to support the Maya Foundation In Laakeech
Mayan community social
Juan Ojeda's Exclusive Jewel Collection: Exquisite one of a kind designed
fine silver jewerly and Mayan jade jewellery; beautifully crafted and especially created
for Toh Boutique.Each design has an intriguing blend
of Mayan symbolisms with embedded jades, ambers, amethysts,
turquoises, and other semi-precious stones. Juan Ojeda is a
Mayan jeweller that supports the Mayan Wiseman and follows their
spiritual teachings and traditions; his art intimately connects with
the Maya Cosmo-vision and holistic views.
G. and D. Mora's Jewel
Collection: have been exclusively created for Toh Boutique;
their designs evoke the
Mayan ancient civilization's use of gems and
crystals healing energy as part of their spiritual rituals and
holistic sacred rituals. Both jewellers have designed elegant silver
and gemstone necklaces, earrings, pendants, and rings carefully
hand-crafted for their one of a kind collection. Their styles
are sure to enhance any lady's attire.
Flora Maria Jewel
Collection: Toh Boutique, the Maya Foundation In Laakeech's
sustainable Mayan crafts and fine Jewelry Designers store, now
offers Flora Maria's exquisite silver, amber, coral, jade, and other
semi-precious stones jewerly collection dedicated to Mother Nature
with unique emphasis on flora and fauna themes. Each piece is
carefully designed to celebrate Life and the beauty that embraces
Earth. Flora Maria is one of the most acclaimed jewelry
designers of Mexico, having won many fine national and International
awards the past two years for her pieces excellent craftsmanship,
originality, grace, and beauty.
Since Colonial times, Mayan embroiders use colourful yarn to create
exquisite works of art that represent Mother Nature and their daily
lifestyle. Maria Eugenia, who does most of Toh Boutique’s one of a
kind embroider pillow-cases and bedspreads, learned from her elders
the ancient art of how to select, make, and apply natural dyes to
her yarns. Her work has a very charming bright aesthetic
birds and flowers, light and life” she says with a timid
smile. “Each piece represents my feelings, moods, dreams, and
Indeed, the Sun, symbol of life and light is almost always present
in her designs created for Toh Boutique at Hacienda Chichen boutique hotel.
This boutique sells many Maya fine arts, designer Maya jewels, and
other unique handcrafts bought directly to the Maya artisans in an
effort to preserve their ancestral values and traditional arts.
Profits from this lovely gift-shop support the
Children Projects and the Maya Jungle Conservation Program.
During the 2013 months of May to August, Toh Boutique
offers Yucatan Adventure visitors
a special 10% discount.
The weavers of the Mayan highlands transform
natural cotton and wool into wearable
works of art. San Andrés Larráinzar is one of the regions most
important Mayan weaving centres and it is here that Rosa began to
work the back strap loom.
She learned from her elders the ancient design elements of the Maya
as well as the weaving techniques and how to prepare each of her
yarns, natural dies and designs. Her sense of aesthetic harmony and
balance has earned her the title of Mayan Master Weaver and many
national and international awards and recognitions.
Together with María Meza, she formed the San Jolobil cooperative,
grouping more than 700 weavers in the region. The cooperative
operates a school of traditional Mayan weaving so this exquisite art
can be continue by future generations.