Glass Serveware(67 items)
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It is beautiful!
Beautiful dish, a piece of art! (well-packaged in shipment and lovely note from the artists). I am so happy!!
Love the black and white!
Very handsome. Functional and decorative. I was nervous that it might be damaged during shipping but arrived in perfect condition. Gave it as a gift and she loved it!
"I capture the essence of our culture, I am part of it, and I make sure it doesn't get lost in the passing of time."
Popular Glass Serveware
Multicolored Reverse Painted Glass Tray from Peru, "Margarita Joy"$39.99
Working in the colonial tradition of reverse-painted glass, Peruvian artisan Floral Polo proudly creates this joyous tray. It is crafted of wood with gold-tone paint, its bottom decorated by a glass panel with hand-painted floral motifs against a multicolored background.
Artisan Crafted Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Healing Colors"$89.95
The Ortiz Family in Peru creates this beautiful tray, inspired by the mandalas commonly associated with eastern religions. They work in the time-honored art of reverse-painted glass, whereby motifs are painted on the underside of a glass pane. The glass is set in a wooden frame with a golden finish.
Reverse Painted Glass and Wood Turquoise Floral Round Tray, "Colonial Elegance"$79.99
Peru’s Apolonio Alejandro Roque creates this intriguingserving tray in the colonial tradition of reverse-paintedglass. Using mottled colors to bring texture and depthto his design, he creates a swirling floral design on acircle of glass, set into a sturdy fiberboard frame with a gold painted finish.
Handcrafted Colorful Peacock Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Peacock Presentation"$39.99
Peruvian artisan Flora Polo handcrafts an elegant reverse-painted glass tray. The artisan creates a beautiful peacock with blue, green, and red feathers on a black background in a garden with pink flowers and golden leaves. Set in a wood frame painted gold, the peacock image is painted on the underside of the glass top, giving the image depth and protecting the painting from wear.