Black Ceramic Tableware(29 items)
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Featured Review on Black Ceramic Tableware
Our two Ocean Tides bowls provide a beautiful splash of blue in our kitchen. Well made, they are very practical for displaying fruit and vegetables on the counter as well as good functional serving bowls. They complement our other Putu Oka Mahendra bowls, and we look forward to more offerings from this artist.
Popular Black Ceramic Tableware
Oaxaca Barro Negro Ceramic Napkin Holder, "Fan Flower"
This vase-shaped napkin holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem. She works in the time-honored black pottery tradition of Oaxaca, with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian and fired in a wood-burning kiln, which transforms the clay and gives it a lustrous black color. This napkin holder has a fan-shaped half flower on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.
Appetizer Set with Five Black Serving Bowls and a Tray, "Charcoal Petals"$79.99
Perfect for a large party or small get-together with friends, this winsome appetizer set is designed by Indonesia's Putu Oka Mahendra. Five bowls are handcrafted of ceramic in the triangular shape of a flower petal, given a charcoal black matte finish. The five bowls rest atop a circular teak wood tray.
Oaxaca Barro Negro Ceramic Egg-Shaped Napkin Holder, "Pastoral Oaxaca"
This egg-shaped napkin holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem of Oaxaca, who works as a team with his father. , literally translated as "black mud," is a type of pottery from clay only found in Oaxaca, Mexico, and crafted using traditional methods. The black color comes from the clay itself, enhanced during the firing process. This napkin holder has a flower on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.