Peruvian Glass(235 items)
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Featured Reviews on Peruvian Glass
So beautiful, the detail is breathtaking! I was also impressed with how carefully protected it was for it s journey. I will note that it is definetly more of a gold-bronze finish in person, vs a silvery-bronze (like it looks currently on the site). I decided to purchase as I ve been looking for a carved wooden moon mirror piece for some time now. I m glad I did chance on this beauty...It really enhances my dining room! Many compliments to Gliseria Soto!
beautiful vintage like box
the box is very beautiful. a little larger than i expected which is good of course. (although i did know the measurements at the time of purchase). most important in reality it is more beautiful than what appears on the website. i am very pleased with my purchase.
Asunta Pelaez Reverse-painted glass mirrors and trays
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Popular Peruvian Glass
Chamomile Blown Glass Studs with 925 Silver Posts, "White Chamomile"$23.99
Marielena Cespedes captures the dainty beauty of chamomile flowers for the design of these beautiful stud earrings. The Peruvian artisan expertly crafts the earrings by hand with the blown glass techniques developed in Murano, Italy. Cespedes completes her vibrant design with sterling silver posts.
Map of the World Reverse-Painted Glass Wood Decorative Box, "World View"$59.99
This decorative box features beautiful reverse-painted glass with maps of the world on its lid and four sides. Peruvian artisan Asunta Pelaez handcrafts the box from plywood and paints by hand the world map scenes on the reverse side of glass panes, that are then secured to the box surface. You'll appreciate the careful choice of color to represent the various geographic features of the Earth. The hinged lid opens to reveal a single compartment, painted black.
Colonial Style Reverse Painted Glass Wall Mirror, "Cuzco Snowflake"$49.99
Inspired by the colonial art styles of the "Cuzco School", artisan Gliseria Soto crafts a small but impressive wall mirror in a snowflake-like shape. The frame is carved by hand from cedar wood and embellished with bronze leaf. Preserving a time-honored technique, Soto adds small panels of reverse-painted glass to the frame. The result is breathtaking.