The ristra hangs approximately 20½-inches. It includes about 35 2¾-inch hand painted ceramic Multicolor jalapeño chilies tied together in a rope that is looped at the top for easy hanging.
Ristra means string in Spanish. Traditionally chili ristras are hung near the entrance of a home symbolizing an abundant harvest. They bring life and joy to any kitchen. The ripening stages of the chilies are symbolized on the multicolor chiles strings, from green to red, red being the hottest. They are handmade in Mexico, and have a very realistic finish. This is a selection of the highest quality ceramic chile ristras available in the market.
These ristras bring the perfect addition to a Southwest or Mexican style decor for any home kitchen or patio.
High quality hand painted ceramic ristra
Approximately 35 multicolor jalapeño chilies tied together
Each chili has a lenght of 2¾-inch
Hangs approximately 20½-inches
Rope is looped at top for easy hanging
No matching colors at the moment
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