Archaeological Decorative Bowls and Plates(34 items)
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Love this beautiful artisan plate! It looks exactly as it did on the website and arrived EXTREMELY well-packed! Couldnt wait to get it out of the box and onto my shelf for display! I love having the card about the artist too. That will help us remember who created this special piece in our home.
Angel Franco Bronze and copper art
"What I want to transmit is everything that ancient Peruvian cultures left for the world – I want everyone to know these great artisans and their creations."
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Popular Archaeological Decorative Bowls and Plates
Turtle-Themed Ceramic Decorative Bowl from Brazil, "Turtle Glyph in Yellow"$89.99
By Brazilian artisan Doca Leite, this beautiful decorative bowl preserves the ceramic art of the ancient Marajoara people. At the center, a turtle glyph is featured, surrounded by intricate patterns and motifs that decorate the centerpiece's exterior. Crafted of ceramic, this decorative bowl stands atop three feet.
Leaf-Shaped Ceramic Decorative Bowl in Grey (18 in.), "Marajoara Leaf in Grey"$87.99
Handcrafted of ceramic in the shape of a leaf, this striking decorative bowl is designed by Brazilian artisan Doca Leite. He works in the traditional style of ancient Marajoara ceramics, painting this decorative bowl with intricate motifs in grey and black.
Unique Archaeological Ceramic Bowl Centerpiece, "Maya Offering"$59.99
El Salvador's Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza is inspired by the solemn ceremonial traditions of the Maya in the design of this centerpiece. It is crafted by hand with terracotta ceramics, and features painted glyphs resembling those on antique Maya treasures and temples.
Handcrafted Ceramic Bowl with Antiqued Finish, "Pibil Jaguar"$39.99
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza celebrates the art of the ancient Maya with the original design of this ceramic bowl. Decorated with the head of a jaguar on the lid and human glyphs on the body, the bowl is crafted by hand with the same ceramic techniques developed by the Maya Pibil people. Little is known about them, other than that the Pibil were a warrior and migrant community that came to El Salvador from Mexico. This bowl is treated to achieve an antiqued look, featuring red and orange hues obtained from seeds.