Peruvian Hand Painted(354 items)
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Featured Reviews on Peruvian Hand Painted
These are beautiful and I love all the colors. I want to get the others in the collection. Dios los bendiga siempre.
By Helen N
This is just precious
This piece is so sweet! Its well-made, colorful (but not too!), and the fabric blanket and reins add so much. Im so glad I ordered it, and I love Guillermo and Eduardos works.
Asunta Pelaez Reverse-painted glass mirrors and trays
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Popular Peruvian Hand Painted
Hand-Painted Ceramic Bull Ornaments from Peru (Set of 6), "Torito de Pucara"$39.99
According to legend, the or bull of Pucara, was a bull that was going to be sacrificed to bring rain to the town of Pucara. On its way up the mountain to be sacrificed, the bull resisted, and punctured the side of the mountain with its horn, releasing a flood of water. Peruvian artisan Zoila Davila pays homage to the bull of Pucara with this set of six ornaments. Crafted of ceramic, each colorful bull is carefully painted by hand.
Rectangular Handcrafted Floral Reverse-Painted Glass Mirror, "Scarlet Flame"$237.99
Golden flames surround floral garlands on brilliant scarlet. By Marcos Luzalde, the mirror frame is carved from mohena, a fine Peruvian hardwood similar to mahogany. He then paints the flowers by hand on the reverse side of glass panes and inlays them around the looking glass. Bronze gilt on the borders adds a golden shine.
Hand Painted Cedar Jewelry Box from Peru, "Royal Heritage"$127.99
With its gracious design and radiant color, this exquisite chest evokes an antique treasure. Antonio Rojas carves, crafts and paints it by hand to hold jewelry. A fine pattern of ferns and gilt enhances the beauty of this elegant box.
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.