Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates(82 items)
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Unique and just beautiful
A very unique bowl, The details and design are outstanding, one of my favorite pieces in my kitchen. Just love this website each purchase is a work of art and each purchase is a treasure for life.
Very decorative !
I am officially a Mayan sculpture junkie. I cant seem to have enough, I am very protective of my treasures, and when my husband broke this piece, I could not speak to him for a bit. He fixed it, but its not the same. I still love it though !!
I love this plate so much. It just makes me smile to look at it. Beautifully made, it includes a hanging strip. I had it on my wall within 5 minutes of receiving it - 4 1/2 of those spent unwrapping! Thank you for my lovely plate.
Popular Ceramic 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.
Frida Kahlo Ceramic Decorative Plate Crafted in Mexico, "Serene Frida"$39.99
Gazing serenely into the eyes of the viewer, renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is accompanied by a yellow bird in this ceramic decorative plate. Maria Isabel Cruz uses 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. A length of nylon cord on the back provides for easy hanging.
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.
Unique Archaeological Ceramic Bowl Centerpiece, "Maya Offering"$57.99
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.