Kinsa Porcelain Vase


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Kinsa is inspired by sacred artifacts that were used to worship the Inca sun god, Inti. With its large round belly and open mouths it emanates sun energy into any space it occupies. This handcrafted porcelain piece will make a great addition to any home. Expertly sculpted by Peruvian artisans, it is available in three sizes.  


  • H x W x D: Sm: 5.5" x 5" x 5.5" | 13oz
  • H x W x D: Med: 8.5" x 7.75" x 8" | 3lb 10oz
  • H x W x D: Lrg: 11" x 10.5" x 11" | 5lb 7oz
  • 100% porcelain handcrafted in Peru
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Our Wasi Porcelain Collection is the creation of Miami-based interior design firm Britto Charette. Captivated by an exhibit of Peruvian art at the MET, they took their inspiration for Wasi (the Quechua word for “home”) from the tools and artifacts of the ancient Inca. Together they created an exquisite collection of furniture and heirloom-quality decorative objects that are designed in Miami and handcrafted in Peru.


This is a collectable work of art. To further inquire about Britto Charette pieces, please contact us.