Ceramic Jars and Bottles(71 items)
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Featured Reviews on Ceramic Jars and Bottles
CHARMING, DECORATIVE JAR
I am so very, very pleased with this jar. Beautiful design in soft, pleasing colors. I am planning to use mine as a vase for silk flowers. This is my third jar from artisan Eve and each one is a unique piece. Rochelle 1-26-2018
My sister in law is from Thailand, so i thought this would be a lovely house warming gift for their new home. Both she and my brother loved it!
Kanda Celadon ceramics
Popular Ceramic Jars and Bottles
Antiqued Ceramic Vessel Maya Art (large), "Pibil Jaguar"$59.99
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza celebrates the art of the ancient Maya with the original design of this ceramic vessel. Decorated with a jaguar's head on the lid and classic glyphs on the body, the vessel 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 vessel is treated to achieve an antiqued look, featuring red and orange hues obtained from seeds.
Blue Chevron Motif Ceramic Round Decorative Jar, "Chevron Tears"$89.99
Perfect for keeping cookies or candies on the kitchen counter, this lovely ceramic lidded decorative jar is handcrafted by Mexican artisan Topiltzin Castro in the Talavera style. The exterior is hand-painted in a chevron motif filled with vertical pinstripes in cerulean blue. In between each chevron row is a motif of cornflower blue teardrops interspersed with warm brown dots. The background is left unglazed, allowing the matte, natural ivory color of the ceramic to show through. The rims of the container and lid, as well as the lid's knob, are painted a warm brown.
Handmade Ceramic Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Lanna Antique in Green"$59.99
Jaifah Aksornsri of Thailand creates this beautiful decorative jar that adds a lovely Thai accent to home decor. Hand woven bamboo is used, which is covered in clay and painted in a rich deep green color with ancient Northern Thai lettering on all sides, as well as on the lid. Woven bamboo and cotton rope adorn the exterior in a style that is traditional to Thai rice jars of old. The jar sits on a base of native raintree wood. The name comes from an ancient region in Northern Thailand that was known as the "Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields."