Decorative Bowls and Plates(299 items)
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This item is just plain whimsical and fun.
I have owned cats since 1980. I love to have a few decorative items in my home that display my love of felines. This whimsical plate is so cheerful and I love the vibrant colors. I put it in a stand and have it in my guest room.
Doca Leite Handcrafted Marajoara ceramics
"From this art, I could earn a livelihood, raise my children and, most important, preserve the legacy of an ancient culture."
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Popular Decorative Bowls and Plates
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.
Cuzco Ceramic Decorative Wall Plate, "Tie Up the Sun"$69.99
The Huaman Paucar Family celebrates tradition, honoring the ceremony through their ceramic art. Inti Huatana refers to the spike symbolically used to "tie" the sun every year on June 24th. The aim is to stop it from traveling too far north during winter. The only Inti Huatana in existence is found in the ancient city of Machu Picchu.
Orange with Brown Turtle Chorotega Pottery Decorative Bowl, "Ancient Seafarer"$49.99
A sea turtle swims across the center of this ceramic decorative bowl handcrafted by Chorotega pottery artisan Harry García of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. The turtle, center, and rim of the bowl are painted in warm and deep browns, and a decorative band of orange and deep red rings the edge of the bowl. The underside is painted in a matching orange color and three ceramic feet keep the decorative bowl steady.
Chorotega pottery is completely handmade with traditional techniques passed down through the generations for 3,000 years, and one of the last surviving cultural elements of the Chorotega people indigenous to Costa Rica's Guanacaste region and Nicoya Peninsula. Chorotega pottery is made from local clay mixed with a very fine freshwater sand. The artisans shape the clay on hand-operated pottery wheels and hand-polish the art piece to give it a smooth texture and luster. Designs are etched by hand and the pieces are painted with natural pigments made from pulverized local colored rocks mixed with water, then fired in traditional wood-burning brick kilns. The result is a beautiful, earthen pottery unique to this region.
Owl Under Night Sky Colorful Ceramic Decorative Plate, "Whimsical Owl"$39.99
This handcrafted decorative ceramic plate features a colorful and whimsical night owl sitting on a branch beneath a moonlit sky. Designed by Mexican artisan Maria Isabel Cruz, the plate is made using the centuries-old dry rope technique, in which a wax mixture made of magnesium oxide and fat are applied to the outlines of the image or motif prior to glazing. The wax mixture creates a barrier that keeps the different fill colors in the design separate during firing, before burning off to reveal the blackened ceramic beneath. The plate can be hung on a wall for display via the nylon cord on the back.