Peruvian Ceramic(516 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Ceramic Collection at NOVICA.
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I have searched for pre-Colombian replica figures for a long time. This piece stands out by its quality and beautiful details. I highly recommend this artist.
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I had a vision of these entities protecting me in an Ayahuasca ceremony. I had never seen or knew anything about them before. Then one day I stumbled across them on the Novice website, and I couldnt believe my eyes. They look extremely similar to what I saw in my journey. They items were in great condition and are made with excellent craftsmanship. Thank you!
These are charming and colorful ornaments that are
These are charming and colorful ornaments. I display them all year because they are well made and beautifully painted.
Zoila Davila Ceramic nativity scenes and figurines
"The most interesting thing about this art is that each new model is a challenge. Creating the design you have in mind is sometimes harder than it seemed."
Popular Peruvian Ceramic
Hand-Painted Ceramic Bull Ornaments from Peru (Set of 6), "Torito de Pucara"$47.99
According to legend, the or bull of Pucara, was a bull that was going to be sacrificed to bring rain to the town of Pucara. On its way up the mountain to be sacrificed, the bull resisted, and punctured the side of the mountain with its horn, releasing a flood of water. Peruvian artisan Zoila Davila pays homage to the bull of Pucara with this set of six ornaments. Crafted of ceramic, each colorful bull is carefully painted by hand.
3 Ceramic Christmas Ornaments with Peruvian Nativity Scenes, "Peruvian Nativities"$29.99
Anita Contreras sets the first Christmas in three regions of Peru. Working in ceramic, she creates diminutive nativity scenes. The Holy Family appears in an Ayacucho church, in a straw canoe on Lake Titicaca, and is seen housed in a traditional retablo, each painted by hand.
3-Pc Ceramic Nativity Scene with Woven Details from Peru, "Andean Holy Family"$25.99
Dressed in the bright cheerful colors of the Andes, Mary and Joseph welcome Baby Jesus with a tender look in their eyes. By Zoila Davila, Joseph is wearing a knitted hat and Mary a woven veil. Baby Jesus is swaddled in a traditional throw. Each ceramic figurine in this nativity scene is crafted and painted by hand.
Hand-Painted Wood Fruit Shop Retablo from Peru, "Fruit Shop"$129.99
A Peruvian or fruit shop is depicted in this traditional by Julio Gallardo. He diligently crafts a variety of different fruits from ceramic, painted by hand to create a vibrant scene as two shoppers weigh produce. This lovely retablo is displayed within a tornillo wood box with doors that features hand-painted floral designs.