Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates(69 items)
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Featured Reviews on Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates
This plate is absolutely beautiful! It is everything that I hoped it would be. l bought it for my sister and cant wait to give it to her!! The artist is very talented!
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.
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.
Popular Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates
Red Ceramic Decorative Bowl Handcrafted in Brazil, "Marajoara Antiquity"$47.99
Inspired by the ceramic art of the ancient Marajoara people, Brazilian artisan Doca Leite creates this stunning decorative bowl. This bowl is handcrafted of ceramic and painted with intricate motifs in red, black, and beige.
Handmade Ceramic Decorative Painted Wall Plate from Peru, "Andean Village"$49.99
Proficient manipulation of color, shade and shape by the skillful Francisco Guerrero distinguish this decorative ceramic plate. With an enchanting array of colors, this piece makes a vibrant addition to any home interior.
Orange Hummingbird Chorotega Pottery Decorative Bowl, "Hummingbird's Delight"$99.99
A hummingbird delights in the nectar of a red flower against a background of warm orange in this decorative bowl. Handcrafted by Ilsa Chavarria, the round bowl is bordered with a band of a geometric motifs in black, dark red and orange.
Chorotega pottery is completely handmade with traditional techniques passed down through the generations for 3,000 years. It is one of the last surviving cultural elements of the Chorotega people indigenous to the Guanacaste region and Nicoya Peninsula. Chorotega pottery is made from local clay mixed with a very fine freshwater sand. It is shaped on hand-operated pottery wheels and polished for a smooth texture and luster. Designs are etched by hand and the pieces are painted with natural pigments made from pulverized colored rocks mixed with water, then fired in traditional wood-burning brick kilns. The result is a beautiful, earthen pottery unique to this region.