Black Decor Accessories(331 items)
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Featured Reviews on Black Decor Accessories
Another cherished bird.
As always excellent craftsmanship. Looking forward to my next purchase. Thank you for your wonderful work.
This is my second from this artisan, and its the perfect size for one of the smaller shelves on our built-in living room cabinets. It is even prettier in person than in the picture... now I just need to figure out what photo I want to put into it!
"It's all up to chance – it's up there in the air and you just have to grab it. If I hadn't, I would still be selling food."
Popular Black Decor Accessories
Heart-Shaped Barro Negro Ceramic Decorative Box from Mexico, "Barro Negro Heart"$19.99
Presented by Maricela Antonio, this decorative box brings a love for Mexican handicrafts into your home. The heart-shaped box is handcrafted of or black ceramic in the traditional style. Imprinted floral motifs create a lovely pattern on the lid.
Hand-Painted Black and Metallic Gold Round Decorative Box, "Midnight Beauty"$12.99
India's Mohammad Hussain Baba draws inspiration from chinar leaves at night to create this stunning decorative box. Crafted from weeping willow wood and covered with glossy papier mache, this petite container is hand-painted in a glossy black and luxurious metallic gold.
Oaxaca Barro Negro Ceramic Oval Pencil Holder, "Oaxacan Ellipse"$19.99
This oval pencil holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem of Oaxaca, who works as a team with his father. Barro negro, literally translated as "black mud," is a type of pottery from clay only found in Oaxaca, Mexico, and crafted using traditional methods. The black color comes from the clay itself, enhanced during the firing process. This pencil holder has two half flowers on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.
Truntum Motif Batik Wood Decorative Bowl from Bali, "Truntum Parade"$37.99
Signifying the strong bonds of love, motifs are found within this decorative bowl from Indonesia. Gunadi designs this decorative bowl, which is carved from wadang wood and carefully decorated using the batik technique, where a wax resist informs the designs before the application of dyes.