Culture Jars and Bottles(28 items)
Welcome to the Culture Jars and Bottle Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Culture 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
"This is my talent. I don't know where my skill and love for it comes from. My heart says it's because I've seen and been involved with my parents' work since I was young."
Popular Culture Jars and Bottles
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."
Elephant-Themed Red Ceramic Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Elephant of Lanna"$129.99
Handcrafted from ceramic and decorated with bamboo and rattan fiber, this decorative jar will add a touch of Thai culture to your home. Jaifah Aksornsri creates this jar in the style of traditional rice vessels from the ancient Lanna kingdom. Painted a bright red color, this jar features Thai lettering and the images of elephants on the sides and lid, which is attached via a black cotton cord. This decorative jar is displayed atop a base of raintree wood.
Adinkra-Themed Ceramic Decorative Teapot from Ghana, "Siamese Crocodiles"$99.99
By Ghanaian artisan Samuel Lovi, this tea pot makes an amazing home decor accessory. This teapot is handcrafted from ceramic with a rustic pattern and finish. Raffia fiber is used to wrap the handle, and the image of a bird decorates the lid. The side of this decorative teapot features the Adinkra symbol Represented by a pair of Siamese crocodiles, Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu symbolizes unity in diversity.
Sankofa Adinkra Ceramic Decorative Teapot from Ghana, "Sankofa Charm"$99.99
By Ghanaian artisan Samuel Lovi, this tea pot makes a charming home decor accessory. This teapot is handcrafted from ceramic with a rustic pattern and finish. Raffia fiber is used to wrap the handle, and the image of a bird decorates the lid. The sides of this decorative teapot feature the Adinkra symbol Often depicting a bird that reaches to grab an egg off its back, Sankofa represents the importance of learning from the past.